Delusions of Parasitosis


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Abstract

Patients who believe themselves to be infected with external or internal parasites present a vexing problem for the infectious diseases practitioner. The patients suffer greatly, sometimes inflicting great harm on themselves, but have no treatable infectious disease. The history and characteristics of delusions of parasitosis are reviewed, as are potential modes of therapy.

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