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There are thousands of people diagnosed with delusional parasitosis by physicians.
The treatment involves an antipsychotic medication with many serious adverse
effects some of them potentially fatal. Many of the people affl icted with this disease reject the diagnosis believing that their symptoms are caused by an as of yet unidentifi ed microorganism.
The book proposes that perhaps there is more to the pathophysiology of persons
diagnosed with delusional parasitosis than delusions brought on by mental illness
and stimulant drug use. It shows several phenomena that constitute evidence that
there is microorganism that may be responsible for many cases of unexplained
The book is accompanied by a DVD containing all of the photographs and
videos referred to in the book. The reader is encouraged to download the DVD and
use photograph and video software to magnify the photographs and to perform
their own frame by frame analysis of the videos. I used the Sony Picture Utility software provided with my camera.
It is hoped that some more definitive research is performed using the information presented in my book. I performed my investigation on my own
dime with nothing but a camera, a microscope and dogged determination.
The importance of investigating the cause of unexplained dermopathies by a well-
funded institution is clear – the diagnosis of having a mental illness is one of the
hardest diagnoses to live with and especially unjust if it is wrong.