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Treatment of syphilis, 1998: nonpregnant adults.

Questions regarding the appropriate therapy for syphilis remain, despite the many years during which this infection has been subjected to intense scientific scrutiny. In an effort to provide guidance for the development of the 1998 sexually transmitted disease (STD) treatment guidelines of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), these questions were outlined and an effort to answer them was made. Articles relating to syphilis treatment published after the previous revision of the CDC STD treatment guidelines (in 1993) and by the end of 1996 were identified with use of MEDLINE. Abstracts from relevant scientific meetings held during that time were also examined. Reference was also made to older literature, and expert opinion was sought. Conclusions were reached and recommendations were made on the basis of published evidence wherever possible.

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