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Primary lesion of lymphogranuloma venereum.
Lymphogranuloma venereum of vulva.
Lymphogranuloma venereum. Painful inguinal lymphadenopathy in a man infected with C. trachomatis.
Grooved nodes (saddle nodes) characteristic of lymphogranuloma venereum.
Figure 107.4. Genital ulcers. <bold>(A)</bold> The eroded purulent ulcer of chancroid is painful and may be associated with painful inguinal adenitis. <bold>(B)</bold> Lymphogranuloma venereum has a small, transient genital ulcer with swollen, extremely painful inguinal lymph nodes. <bold>(C)</bold> The genital lesions of GI are painless, beefy red, raised lesions. (Part C from Al-Harmozi SA, el-Tonsy MH. Granulmoa inguinale. Report of the first case in Qatar. Sex Transm Dis1986;13:102, with permission.)
Figure 107.4. Genital ulcers. <bold>(A)</bold> The eroded purulent ulcer of chancroid is painful and may be associated with pa...