Within our study group, baboons were categorized as either “genitally ulcerated” or “non-ulcerated,” based on their GHS, using macroscopic visual cues [as in (10)]. In both males and females, genital ulcerations were observed ranging from small-medium ulcers to severe necrotizing dermatitis and mutilation of the outer genital structures (Fig. 1).

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