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    How to treat patients with delusional parasitosis

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    Delusional parasitosis or Ekbom’s syndrome is a patient’s mistaken belief that he is infested by parasites such as mites, lice, fleas, spiders, worms, bacteria, or other organisms. Scott Schachter, OD, discusses the challenges ODs face when working with these patients.

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    Scott Schachter, OD
    Dr. Schachter specializes in ocular surface disease and serves as a Vision Source administrator for central California coast. He serves ...

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