A 37-year-old female presents with a stiff neck and a diffuse, macular rash on her trunk and extremities. She experiences frequent headaches and dizziness and has a history of untreated sexually transmitted diseases. Examination reveals inflammation of the uvea and a diagnosis of neurosyphilis is suspected. Based on this patient’s clinical presentation, which of the following fluids would you send for analysis to confirm the diagnosis? A.Urine B.Saliva C.Blood D.CSF

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CSF protein& VDRL ( highly specific if reactive ).
CSF and blood
CSF analysis.
C. S. F.
D.CSF
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