Definition of Parasitosis. Meaning of Parasitosis. Synonyms of Parasitosis

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- delusional parasitosis has been the most common name since 2015, but the condition has also been called delusional infestation, delusory parasitosis, delusional...
- A parasitic disease, also known as parasitosis, is an infectious disease caused or transmitted by a parasite. Many parasites do not cause diseases as...
- but the general medical consensus is that it is a form of delusional parasitosis. The sores are typically the result of compulsive scratching, and the...
- studies showing Pimozide can be used successfully to treat Delusional parasitosis and traditionally was the drug of choice. However, newer medications...
- the specimen sign, is a psychiatric finding. Patients with delusional parasitosis (DP) often arrive at the doctor's office with this medical sign. People...
- the skin. In these cases, patients have what is known as delusional parasitosis. They believe that their skin is inhabited by, or under attack by, small...
- October 2015. Weinstein, Phillip. "Entomophobia/Delusionary Parasitosis; Illusionary Parasitosis". University of Sydney Department of Medical Entomology....
- accompanied by hallucinations that support the delusional beliefs. Delusional parasitosis with formication ("cocaine bugs") is also a fairly common symptom. Cocaine-induced...
- Psychiatry portal Alcohol dementia Alcohol detoxification Delusional parasitosis Excited delirium On the wagon Healy, David (3 December 2008). Psychiatric...
- abuse (particularly amphetamine and cocaine) can lead to delusional parasitosis (aka Ekbom's Syndrome: a mistaken belief they are infested with parasites)...
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