ENDING THE ITCH BLISTERING SORES AND BITES BY IDENTIFYING THE
SOURCES OF INFESTIONS OR CAUSE OF YOUR CONDTION
NUMEROUS COMPLICATIONS IDENTIFIED
PATIENT / CLIENT DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING (NYC 12-10-2012)
September 10, 2012 Itching, bites, blisters and bleeding a VERY DIFFICULT AND COMPLEX NEW YORK CITY CASE SOLVED
We have had numerous cases where there has been an incomplete diagnosis by physicians in cases where arthropods (bugs) including Collembola, Cimex (bed bugs), mites, flies and other bothersome infestations identified being present. In some cases they were introduced by returning from vacation (can be after one one or more), new tenants in multi-family dwellings, NEW HOMES, NEW RENTAL, picked up in a hotel, brought home from college dorms and even hospitals, imported clothing or items, acquiring not new furnishing and other sources/pathways.
We had a recent case New York City - Eastside (2012) with a client/patient that was diagnosed with delusionary parasitosis in spite of the fact there were apparent markings and discoloration with bite like appearances on the skin. During our preliminary subClinical Investigation® interview it was discovered the female had been suffering for almost one year with numerous inspections (not a single one of the other inspections) by pest control that failed. Numerous procedures and treatments were applied all with failure. We we able to develop important leads to the cause and source of the of the infestation and we also able to provide a solution. In what turned out to be a truly complicated case our sampling and testing provided a full report that answered all the questions and solved the case soon to be published in the Journal of subClinical Investigation©.