Evidence of a Microorganism Causing an Unexplained Dermopathy
Dr. David Conroy MD, LLM
ISBN 978-1-57808-673-3/ January 2010/ ca.140 pages, pb/ US $ 69.50
ABOUT THE BOOK
Morgellon’s Syndrome is the name given to a cluster of symptoms including pruritis, erythematous dermatological irritation, and excoriations. The defining feature of Morgellon’s Syndrome is the spontaneous exodus of fibers from the epidermis in affected individuals. The vast majority of the medical community believes that persons presenting these symptoms are delusional and are therefore suffering from a mental illness. For the last two years the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in the United States have been investigating persons afflicted with what the CDC term an explained dermopathy and Morgellon’s Syndrome for the presence of an infectious aetiology.
This book demonstrates evidence of a new microorganism infecting a person complaining of a dermopathy and fibers spontaneously exiting the dermis who was diagnosed with delusional parasitosis. The organism is likely a fungus that lives beneath the epidermis with the ability to infect common fibers including cotton, feathers and hair follicles.
• Why the Investigation was Started
• Materials and Methodology
• Evidence not Recorded on Videotape
• The Phenomenon of the Disappearing Hair Follicles
• Particles Entering the Eyes
• Particles Exiting the Eyes
• A Substance that Transverses the Optic Globe
• The Irregular Iris
• Particles that Exit the Feet
• Particles that Enter the Feet
• The Microorganism Mobility—An Internal Propulsion System
• Green Feet Illuminate the Role of the Epidermis in the Life-cycle of the Microorganism
• Coated Hairs under the Microscope
• The Microorganism Possibly Growing on a Piece of Cocaine
• A Summary of the Observations
• The Structure of the Microorganism
• A Model Accounting for the Observed Phenomena
• Is There a Cure?
• Future Considerations: A Microorganism as an Etiology for Delusional Parasitosis
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