Syphilis treatment in city Incheon
South Korea
5,843 patients are sent for treatment

Syphilis treatment in clinics of Incheon

➤ Syphilis treatment in clinics of Incheon ➤ 2 clinics Addresses $ Prices for treatments and diagnostics ☺ 7 reviews ✎ Make an appointment ✉ 5,843 patients are sent for treatment

Syphilis is detected in 186 people per 100,000 population. Particularly affected by syphilis children - 25 pregnant women suffering from this disease, give birth to dead children, and 14% of children die shortly after birth.

Before the era of antibiotics syphilis treated with "hell" mixes on the basis of mercury. Their rubbed into the skin in the body the mercury is accumulated and the patient died from poisoning it with liquid metal. Terrible pictures late stages of the disease, where the face is disfigured by "botched" nose can be found on vintage illustrations.

Syphilis is a chronic systemic infection, is caused by a pale Treponema. Transmitted exclusively by sexual contact and from mother to fetus. Treatment consists in the use of macrolide antibiotics. recommends only those doctors and technology, which are recognized as best in the world.

We found 2 clinics specialized in syphilis with cumulative rating
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Medical center Gil, University of Gachon specialised on treatment syphilis
Medical center Gil University Gachon is a multidisciplinary center, which provide various medical services to patients from all over the world. Highly skilled hospital staff, applying the latest technology and most modern equipment will be able to ...
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+7 499 348 2738 (free)
English speaking staff
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Samsung medical center specialised on treatment syphilis
Samsung medical center, awarded the title of "Hospital of the presidential standards", offers its patients a variety of medical services pursuant to more than twenty core areas. For treatment use only modern equipment and innovative technology.
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+7 499 348 2738 (free)
English speaking staff

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