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10. Can severely damage the brain and spinal cord in ways leading to general paralysis
A. AIDS
B. Chlamydial infection
C. Genital herpes
D. Gonorrhea
E. Pelvic inflammatory disease
F. Syphilis
11. Has no cure.
A. AIDS
B. Chlamydial infection
C. Genital herpes
D. Gonorrhea
E. Pelvic inflammatory disease
F. Syphilis

12. Can cause severe cramps, fever, vomiting, and possibly sterility due to scarring and blocking of the oviducts.
A. AIDS
B. Chlamydial infection
C. Genital herpes
D. Gonorrhea
E. Pelvic inflammatory disease
F. Syphilis

13. Caused by the spirochete Treponema pallidum
A. AIDS
B. Chlamydial infection
C. Genital herpes
D. Gonorrhea
E. Pelvic inflammatory disease
F. Syphilis

14. Infected women typically have miscarriages, stillbirths, or syphilitic newborns.
A. AIDS
B. Chlamydial infection
C. Genital herpes
D. Gonorrhea
E. Pelvic inflammatory disease
F. Syphilis

Caused by Neisseria gonorrhoeae.
A. AIDS
B. Chlamydial infection
C. Genital herpes
D. Gonorrhea
E. Pelvic inflammatory disease
F. Syphilis

Infection requires direct contact with the viral agent; about 25 million people in United States are infected by it.
A. AIDS
B. Chlamydial infection
C. Genital herpes
D. Gonorrhea
E. Pelvic inflammatory disease
F. Syphilis

Produces a flattened, painless chancre (localized ulcer) 1-8 weeks following infection.
A. AIDS
B. Chlamydial infection
C. Genital herpes
D. Gonorrhea
E. Pelvic inflammatory disease
F. Syphilis

The virus is reactivated sporadically, producing painful sores at or near the original infection site.
A. AIDS
B. Chlamydial infection
C. Genital herpes
D. Gonorrhea
E. Pelvic inflammatory disease
F. Syphilis

Treponemes can cross the placenta of an infected pregnant woman.
A. AIDS
B. Chlamydial infection
C. Genital herpes
D. Gonorrhea
E. Pelvic inflammatory disease
F. Syphilis

Acyclovir decreases the healing time and may also decrease the pain and viral shedding from the blisters.
A. AIDS
B. Chlamydial infection
C. Genital herpes
D. Gonorrhea
E. Pelvic inflammatory disease
F. Syphilis

Eight weeks following infection, a flattened, painless chancre harbors many motile bacteria.
A. AIDS
B. Chlamydial infection
C. Genital herpes
D. Gonorrhea
E. Pelvic inflammatory disease
F. Syphilis

Contrary to common belief, it can be contracted over and over again.
A. AIDS
B. Chlamydial infection
C. Genital herpes
D. Gonorrhea
E. Pelvic inflammatory disease
F. Syphilis
Prompt doses of penicillin cure it, but not NGU, requiring both tetracycline and sulfonamide.
A. AIDS
B. Chlamydial infection
C. Genital herpes
D. Gonorrhea
E. Pelvic inflammatory disease
F. Syphilis

Generally preventable by correct condom usage.
A. AIDS
B. Chlamydial infection
C. Genital herpes
D. Gonorrhea
E. Pelvic inflammatory disease
F. Syphilis

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10. Both AIDS & Syphilis (A & F) can damage the brain, but what is meant here as also spinal cord lesions are mentioned is probably just Syphilis (F).
11. Neither AIDS (A) nor Genital Herpes (C) - if you have a recurrent infection - has ...

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