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<ul><li><p>References to Entomophobia and Delusory Parasitosis</p><p>Completed 2/97</p><p>J.D. DeAngelis, Oregon State University</p><p>Aizenberg D; Schwartz B; Zemishlany Z. (1991). Delusional parasitosis associated with phenelzine.</p><p>British Journal of Psychiatry, 159:716-7.</p><p>Berrios, G. E. (1985). Delusional parasitosis and physical disease. Comprehensive Psychiatry</p><p>26:395-403. [33 refs, historical account, 3 cases]</p><p>Bourgeois ML; Duhamel P; Verdoux H. (1992). Delusional parasitosis: folie a deux and attempted</p><p>murder of a family doctor. British Journal of Psychiatry 161:709-11.</p><p>Caron, D.M. (1990) Entomophobia! American Bee Journal, 130: 779-782.</p><p>Colloff, M.J. (1990) Acarological investigations in cases of delusional parasitosis. EURAAC News</p><p>Letter, 3: 11-14.</p><p>de Leon, J. (1992). Delusion of parasitosis or chronic tactile hallucinosis: Hypothesis about their brain</p><p>physiopathology. Comprehensive Psychiatry 33(1):25-33.</p><p>de Leon J; Antelo RE; Simpson G. (1992) Delusion of parasitosis or chronic tactile hallucinosis:</p><p>hypothesis about their brain physiopathology. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 33(1):25-33.</p><p>de Jong, P. and Merckelbach, H. (1991). Covariation bias and electrodermal responding in spider</p><p>phobics before and after behavioural treatment. Behaviour Research and Therapy. 29(4):307-314.</p><p>Frances, A. and Munro, A. (1989). Treating a woman who believes she has bugs under her skin.</p><p>Hospital and Community Psychiatry. 40(11):1113-4.</p><p>Gieler, U.; Knoll, M. (1990). Delusional parasitosis as 'folie a trois' .Dermatologica, 181: 122-125.</p><p>Grace, J.K.; Wood, D.L. (1987). Delusory cleptoparasitosis: delusions of arthropod infestation in the</p><p>home. Pan-Pacific Entomologist, 63: 1-4.</p></li><li><p>Heidbreder, G. A. and Waldron, W. G. (1971). Illusions of parasitosis. JAMA (June 28)</p><p>216(13):2145.</p><p>Hopkinson, G. (1973). The psychiatric syndrome of infestation. Psychiatr. Clin. 6:330-345.</p><p>Hornstein, O. P., Hofmann, P., and Joraschky, P. (1989). [Delusions of parasitic skin infestation in</p><p>elderly dermatologic patients]. [German]. Zeitschrift fur Hautkrankheiten. 64(11):981-982, 985-989.</p><p>Hunt, N. J. and Blacker, V. R. (1987). Delusional parasitosis. British Journal of Psychiatry.</p><p>150:713-714. [Letter]</p><p>Hunt, N. J. and Blacker, V. R. (1987). Delusional parasitosis. Brit. J. Psychiatry 150:713-714.</p><p>[Letter, associated with arson and dangerous behavior]</p><p>King, B. (1990). Hypothesis: Involvement of the serotonergic system in the clinical expression of</p><p>monosymptomatic hypochondriasis. Pharmacopsychiatry 23(2):85-89.</p><p>Koblenzer, C.S. (1993) The clinical presentation. Diagnosis and treatment of </p><p>delusions of parasitosis - a dermatologic perspective.Bulletin of the Society for Vector Ecology, 18:</p><p>6-10.</p><p>Kolansky, H. (1960). Treatment of a three-year old girl's severe infantile neurosis. Psychoanalytic</p><p>Study of the Child. 15:261-285</p><p>Kushon, D.J. et al. (1993) Delusions of parasitosis: a survey of entomologists from a psychiatric</p><p>perspective.Bulletin of the Society for Vector Ecology, 18: 11-15.</p><p>Leclercq M; Musalek M. (1992). [Infestational delirium: entomophobia, acarophobia, parasitic</p><p>dermatophobia. Psychopathology and therapy]. Revue Medicale de Liege, 47(6):305-13. Language:</p><p>French.</p><p>Lyell, A. (1983) Delusions of parasitosis. British Journal of Dermatology, 108: 485-499.</p><p>Macaskill, N. (1987). Delusion parasitosis: Successful non-pharmalogical treatment of a folie-a-deux.</p><p>British Journal Of Psychiatry 150:261-263.</p></li><li><p>Macaskill, N. D. (1987). Delusion parasitosis: successful non-pharmacological treatment of a</p><p>folie-a-deux. Brit. J. Psychiatry 150:261-263. [2 men (with shared symptoms = folie-a-deux), infested</p><p>with "black specks" --stress related]</p><p>Maier, Ch. (1987). Zum Problem des Dermatozoenwhansyndroms. Nervenarzt. 58:107-115.</p><p>Marks, I. A. (1969). Fears and phobias. Academic Press, London. 302pp.</p><p>Marschall, M. A., Dolezal, R. F., Cohen, M., and Marschall, S. F. (1991). Chronic wounds and</p><p>delusions of parasitosis in the drug abuser. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 88(2):328-330.</p><p>[Review of Reported Cases.]</p><p>May, W.W. ; Terpenning, M.S. (1991) Delusional parasitosis in geriatric patients. Psychosomatics,</p><p>32: 88-94.</p><p>May, W. (1991). Delusional parasitosis in geriatric patients. Psychosomatics 32(1):88-94.</p><p>Merckelbach, H., Arntz, A., and de Jong, P. (1991). Conditioning experiences in spider phobics.</p><p>Behaviour Research and Therapy. 29(4):333-335.</p><p>Miller, L. A. (1954). An account of insect hallucinations affecting an elderly couple. Can. 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M., Linzmayer, L., Walter, H. and Gebhart, W. (1988).</p><p>Zur Psychopathologie der Dermatozoenwhankranken. Nervenarzt. 59:603-609. </p><p>Musalek, M. and Kutzer, E. (1989). [Psychiatric and parasitologic aspects of dermatozoon delusion].</p><p>[German]. Wiener Klinische Wochenschrift. 101(5):153-160.</p><p>Musalek, M. (1990) The position of delusional parasitosis in psychiatric nosology and</p><p>classification.Psychopathology, 23: 115-124.</p><p>November, J. (1988) Nothing to fear but fear itself. Pest Control Technology, 16: 60-64.</p><p>Obermayer, M. E. (1961). Dynamics and management of self- induced eruptions. California Medicine.</p><p>94(2):61-65.</p><p>Ohtaki, N. (1991). [Delusions of parasitosis--report of 94 cases]. [Japanese]. Nippon Hifuka Gakkai</p><p>Zasshi. Japanese Journal of Dermatology. 101(4):439-446.</p><p>Olkowski, H. and Olkowski, W. (1976). Entomophobia in the urban ecosystem; some observations</p><p>and suggestions. Bull. Entomol. Soc. Amer. 22:313-317.</p><p>Pomerantz, C. (1959). Arthropods and psychic disturbances. Bull. Entomol. Soc. Amer. 5:65-67.</p><p>Poorbugh, J.H. (1993) Cryptic arthropod infestations: separating fact from fiction. Bulletin of the</p><p>Society for Vector Ecology, 18: 3-5.</p><p>Reilly, T.M.; Batchelor, D.H. (1986) The presentation and treatment of delusional parasitosis: a</p><p>dermatological perspective. International Clinical Psychopharmacology, 1: 340-353.</p></li><li><p>Schrut, A. H. and Waldron, W. G. (1963). Psychiatric and entomological aspects of delusory</p><p>parasitosis. J. Amer. Med. Assoc. 186(4):213-214.</p><p>Scott, H. G. and Clinton, J. M. (1967). An investigation of "Cable Mite" dermatitis. Annals of Allergy</p><p>25(8):--</p><p>Simpson, W. J. (1987). Cable bugs --mysterious biting insects of faulty diagnosis. Parasitol. Today</p><p>3(11):323-324. [Not necessarily delusory parasitosis, but possibly not of arthropod origin, possible</p><p>explanations offered]</p><p>Smith, R. C. (1934). Hallucinations of insect infestation causing annoyance to man. Brooklyn Ento.</p><p>Soc. Bull. 29:208-212.</p><p>Sperling, M. (1971). Spider fantasies. J. Amer. Psychoanalytic Assoc. 19:472-498.</p><p>Thibierge, G. (1894). Les acarophobes. Rev. Gen. Clin. Ther. 32:373-376.</p><p>Todd, J. (1968). Lilliputian hallucination complicating dexamphetamine-amylobarbitone addiction.</p><p>Brit. J. Addict. 63:271-274.</p><p>Torch, E, M. and Bishop, E. R. (1981). Delusions of parasitosis in psychotherapeutic engagement.</p><p>Am. J. Psychother. 101-274.</p><p>Trabert, W. (1991). [Epidemiology of delusional ectoparasitic infestation]. [German]. Nervenarzt.</p><p>62(3):165-169.</p><p>Traver, J. R. (1951). Unusual scalp dermatitis in humans caused by the mite Dermatophagoides. Ent.</p><p>soc. Washington. 53(1):1-25.</p><p>Waldron, W. G. (1972). The entomologist and illusions of parasitosis. Calif. Med. 117:76-78.</p><p>Waldron, W. G. (1962). The role of the entomologist in delusory parasitosis (entomophobia). Bull.</p><p>Entomol. Soc. Amer. 8:81-83.</p></li><li><p>Webb, J.P., Jr. (1993) Case histories of individuals with delusions of parasitosis in southern California</p><p>and a proposed protocol for initiating effective medical assistance.Bulletin of the Society for Vector</p><p>Ecology, 18: 16-25.</p><p>Weinstein, P. (1994). Insects in psychiatry. Cultural Entomology Digest Issue 2 (February, 1994)</p><p>10-14.</p><p>Wilson, J. W. and Miller, H. E. (1946). Delusion of parasitosis. Arch Dermatol. 54:39-56.</p><p>Wykoff, R. F. (1987). Delusions of parasitosis: a review. Rev. Inf. Dis. 9:433-437. [An excellent</p><p>review, 42 refs]</p><p>AdministratorFind related information at www.LivingWithBugs.com</p><p>www.livingwithbugs.com/index.html</p></li></ul>

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