There is a disseminated erythematous rash in secondary syphilis that is followed by a papulosquamous eruption, which affects the trunk, limbs, and mucous membranes. The palms and soles may be involved. There are also small clustered mouth ulcers. In patients with AIDS the rash of secondary syphilis is florid and often crusted or scaly.
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