国立感染症研究所

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IASR Vol. 41,
No. 1(No. 479) January 2020


 topicSyphilis, Japan

  • The first Treponema pallidum ssp. Endemicum (the pathogen of bejel) detected in Japanese syphilis cases by molecular epidemiology analysis
  • Cautions on syphilis testing and its interpretation
  • Epidemiological trends of primary and secondary symptomatic syphilis in Tokyo - analysis of notified cases from 2007 to 2008 and new notification items started in 2019
  • Investigation and countermeasures for syphilis infection spread by Shinjuku Public Health Center, Tokyo Prefecture
  • Syphilis in pregnancy notified under the National Epidemiological Surveillance of Infectious Diseases System, 1st to 3rd quarter of 2019
  • Assessment of the risk factors for syphilis infection among female by heterosexual contact, 2017-2018, Tokyo
  • Discovery of a tick-borne acute febrile illness caused by a novel Orthonairovirus in Hokkaido
  • Rickettsia japonica detected from ticks in suspected places of infection, October 2019, Wakayama Prefecture
  • Measles cases in Kobe city from March to April 2019, Hyogo Prefecture

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