For this, the Vogts proposed the simpler"Pallidum.
Humans are the only known natural reservoir for subspecies Pallidum.
Treponema Pallidum subspecies Pallidum is a spiral-shaped,
Gram-negative, highly mobile bacterium.
Bacterial processes leading to ulceration can be
caused by Mycobacterium tuberculosis(tuberculosis) and Treponema Pallidum syphilis.
The causative organism, Treponema Pallidum, was first identified by Fritz Schaudinn
and Erich Hoffmann in 1905.
The Pallidum consists of a large structure called the globus pallidus("pale globe")
together with a smaller ventral extension called the ventral Pallidum.
Aseptic meningitis may also result from infection with spirochetes,
a group of bacteria that includes Treponema Pallidum(the cause of syphilis)
and Borrelia burgdorferi known for causing Lyme disease.
In terms of anatomy, the basal ganglia are divided into four distinct structures, depending on how superior or rostral they are(in other words depending on how close to the top of the head they are): Two of them,
the striatum and the Pallidum, are relatively large;
the other two, the substantia nigra and the subthalamic nucleus, are smaller.