London, UK: Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman; 2021. ISBN 9781528627016.
Medscape Medical News. May 12, 2021.
A healthy 53-year-old man presented for sexually transmitted infection (STI) screening after being informed by the health department that he had sexual intercourse with a male partner who was recently diagnosed with and treated for syphilis. He acknowledged having unprotected sex with male partners, reported no history of syphilis or Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV), and denied any penile lesions, discharge, or rash.