Photos of the chancre in men
Chancre in men in the formation has the appearance of papulose syphilid. His photo can be found in any medical journal, it has the form of small, semi-circular and dense tubercles located deep in the skin layers, dark red color.
After a few weeks of syphilides softens and degenerates into deep ulcers with the right edges further dries up, formed scabs and the chancre heals. The scars on penis look like "mosaic".
Syphilis (chancre) has a long, fluctuating course. This is a systemic, sexually transmitted disease, affecting not only the mucous membranes of the penis, but the skin, Central nervous system, cardiovascular, digestive and musculoskeletal system.
Poorly treated or untreated chancre is alternated with periods of exacerbations and remissions, especially dangerous in the latent period of the flow, as the male is a carrier of a dangerous disease, without even knowing it. In the acute phase, the disease develops on the mucous membranes (including the penis), skin, internal organs. Among infectious diseases chancre is in the first place (including STIs) according to the complexity of diagnosis, treatment, infectivity, extent of harm done to the male body.