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What laboratory evaluation is most likely to be abnormal in this 10-year-old patient who also had discrete facial erythema? A) CD4 count B) Creatine kinase C) Rheumatoid factor D) Thyrotropin E) Zinc

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B) Creatine kinase  Rashes typical of Juvenile Dermatomyositis, include Heliotrope rash, Gottron papules. Elevated levels of muscle enzymes, such as creatine kinase can indicate muscle damage.

SUGGESTIVE of GOTTRON'S SIGN , SO...ADVISABLE... B... BLOOD. TEST. FOR ...ELEVATED. LEVELS. OF MUSCLE. ENZYMES.... CREATINE. KINASE AND ALDOLASE

E) Zinc Deficiency : Acrodermatitis.

CORRECT ANSWER IS.. E ) .. ZINC

Tnx Dr Ashok Leel sir
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B.ck.childhood dermatomyositis.

E. Zinc

E) ZINC

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E. Zinc

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