Question: a 6yearold girl is brought to the pediatric clinic by...
A 6-year-old girl is brought to the pediatric clinic by her mother, who stats that the child has been experiencing hair loss over the last week. The child has no systemic symptoms. On physical examination, you find several ring-shaped lesions with raised papules along its rim and notable alopecia near the lesions. There is a minor sign of inflammation of the lesions and the child has no pruritus.
1. What do you think would be some of the problems associated with this child (Minimum 3 differential diagnoses)?
2. What might have caused the issues?
3. What are some of your suggestion to the mother?