Syphilis, or the "Pox," is an infectious, germ blood disease.
Syphilis attacks the blood vessels and the lymphatic glands.
Syphilis is also wholly preventable, which is not true of tuberculosis at present.
Is it reasonable to deny that Mercury is of particular use in Syphilis?
Does Alcohol prevent the drunkard from contracting Syphilis?
Syphilis is a disease that is contagious, inoculable, and transmissible by heredity.
Syphilis is not an etiological factor in any of these groups.
The literature of Syphilis Insontium is extremely extensive.
Syphilis has a remarkable history, about which it is worth while to say a few words.
Syphilis may affect the mental development of children in various ways.