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Alopecia with syphilis

What test should be performed for this patient with the hair loss as given in the picture??? A - Free and total testosterone levels B - Serum zinc level C - ESR and CRP D - Serum copper level E - RPR

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MOTH EATEN ALOPECIA is characteristic of secondary Syphilis Investigation of choice is RPR or VDRL. So, the answer is E.

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E. RPR. Image shows moth eaten alopecia due to syphilis .

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MOTH EATEN ALOPECIA is characteristic of secondary Syphilis Investigation of choice is RPR or VDRL. So, the answer is E.

RPR (rapid plasma reagin test) Classical of moth eaten alopecia

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It's alopecia areata Ans.A)free and total testosterone levels

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@as the picture shown little age pt - serum zinc level

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A FREE AND TOTAL TESTOSTERONE LEVELS

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Thanks to all.

Prp

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E

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