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A 32 year old male patient came to the office with a with a painless ulcer on his penis. He has a history of sexual exposure 15 days back with a woman other than his regular partner. The same patient developed cutaneous rashes after 3 months with lymphadenopathy. What is the most sensitive test to diagnose this patient in both presentations?

A. VDRL initially and RPR later
B. Darkfield microscopy initially and VDRL/RPR later
C. FTA-ABS for both presentations
D. MHA-TP for both presentations
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