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Genital sores are common in venereal disease clinics and most of them can be diagnosed at the first examination, but there are a few which are likely to be misdiagnosed. Two cases which demonstrate this point are reported below. Case reports Case 1, a 32-year-old unmarried man, presented with an erosive eruption over the genitalia which had gradually increased in size for the past 6 months without causing discomfort. He admitted sexual exposure a month before the appearance of the eruption, anddoi:10.1136/sti.49.1.86 fatcat:ww4o3bne5vgifozsolyo3osnxe