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Find out what you know about a common neuropsychiatric disorder by taking this quick 8-question quiz.
The diagnosis of trichotillomania seemed certain, despite lack of supporting history. It turned out to be about 50% wrong.
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It looked very much like dermatomyositis, but there were no signs of muscle weakness. What would be in your differential diagnosis?