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  • Morgellons - Wikipedia


    The first article to propose Morgellons as a new disease in a scientific journal was a review article co-authored by members of the MRF and published in 2006 by the American Journal of Clinical Dermatology. A 2006 article in the San Francisco Chronicle reported, "There have been no clinical studies" of Morgellons disease.

  • Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - Morgellons Disease


    Morgellons (also called Morgellons disease or Morgellons syndrome) is a name that was given in 2002 by Mary Leitao [1] to a proposed condition characterized by a range of cutaneous (skin) symptoms including crawling,

  • Talk:Morgellons - Wikipedia


    The term "Morgellons disease" has been adopted by an active online community of patients and family members who believe that this unexplained dermopathy is a poorly diagnosed infectious disease and dispute an underlying psychological basis [11]. An association between borreliosis and Morgellons disease has been proposed. ...

  • Morgellons disease - RationalWiki


    Morgellons disease, or more properly "the Morgellons", is a self-diagnosed condition in which sufferers describe various symptoms related to their skin. It started as a neologism adapted from a very old medical reference and used by Mary Leitao, of McMurray, Pennsylvania, to describe her child's rash, which doctors described as common eczema.

  • Talk:Morgellons/Archive 10 - Wikipedia


    Morgellons (also called Morgellons disease or Morgellons syndrome) is a condition named by Mary Leitao 2002 in which sufferers complain of painful skin lesions, fine thread-like fibers growing within lesions, under the skin and protruding out of the skin, stinging and burning sensations within the skin, and a sensation of something trying to ...

  • Talk:Morgellons/Archive 12 - Wikipedia


    "Morgellons disease is a mysterious skin disorder that was first described more than 300 years ago. The disease is characterized by fiber-like strands extruding from the skin in conjunction with various dermatologic and neuropsychiatric symptoms. In this respect, Morgellons disease resembles and may be confused with delusional parasitosis.

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