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.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction: 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