Morgellons Disease: A Case Study

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Morgellons Disease is an uncommon skin disorder. There are sores on the skin with crawling sensations of the skin and fiber-like filaments coming from the sores. Some have rashes, severe fatigue, difficulty concentrating and short term memory loss. (MC) The CDC claim they did not find a single underlying medical condition or infectious source. The sores were claimed to be from chronic scratching and picking without any cause. The fibers, they think were cellulose, kind of like cotton fibers. They did neuropsychological tests to reveal that some of the patients have psychiatric or additive conditions and felt those symptoms should be treated before the symptoms of the Morgellons disease.(CDC) From 2003 to 2008 there were only 18 patients

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