Lopecia areata trichotillomania tinea

Question 15 1 / 1 point A pediatric patient has areas of scaling on the scalp with round patches of hair loss. What is the likely diagnosis? Question options: alopecia areata trichotillomania tinea capitis seborrheic dermatitis Question 16 1 / 1 point Your 70 year old patient complains of a sore mouth that prevents her from eating. On exam you note a beefy red, glossy smooth tongue. What do you suspect? Question options: cheilosis, a serious disease of the mouth and oropharynx secondary hypothyroidism pernicious anemia due to insufficient intrinsic factor a neurological disorder such as Parkinson’s disease Question