Hutchinson's triad

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Hutchinson's triad is named after Sir Jonathan Hutchinson (1828–1913). It is a common pattern of presentation for congenital syphilis, and consists of three phenomena: interstitial keratitis, malformed teeth (Hutchinson incisors and mulberry molars), and eighth nerve deafness.[1][2]

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  1. ^ Singh, Ameeta E.; Barbara Romanowski (1 April 1999). "Syphilis: Review with Emphasis on Clinical, Epidemiologic, and Some Biologic Features". Clinical Microbiology Reviews. 12 (2): 187–209. PMC 88914Freely accessible. PMID 10194456. 
  2. ^ Pessoa, L.; Galvão, V. (2011). "Clinical aspects of congenital syphilis with Hutchinson’s triad". BMJ Case Reports, 2011. doi:10.1136/bcr.11.2011.5130.