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DIAGNOSIS SYMPTOMS INFECTION PROCESS TREATMENTS LYME FACTS DELUSIONAL FACTS

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PROCESS OF MORGELLONS SKIN INFECTION  (2006)

Chronologic process of an epidermal Morgellons infection caused by hyphae/fibers, protoplasm and exo-enzymes

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First skin contact and contamination by single fibers or hyphae

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Fiber penetrates itself into the host skin by release of enzymes (keratinase, protease, liptase), with

further emission of the internal protoplasm which cause then an allergic reaction and swelling of this skin area.

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After a break through into the skin (Stratum corneum) a small subcutan swelling develops

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Which is mostly caused from the subcutan spreading of the protoplasm and an enzymatic process

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After removing those, sometimes, chain-like fibers and biofilm the wound characteristics

resemble lesions as after an aggressive acid treatment

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The left picture shows an infested hair with a small fiber elongation.

On the right picture is the cutan propagation of the protoplasm

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This enlarged view shows better the protoplasm elongations on human hairs

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The fibers and biofilm do cover as well the hair roots

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Infested hairs with protoplasm as granulose, amoboid form. On the right: Fiber is building a single loop

and later a net-like construction, where the points of contact are melted together

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Left: These are not hairs but outgrowing fibers which cause also the crawling sensations on the skin.

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Left: Small black fiber between finger prints (size 0,001 inch)

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Above: sometimes also small filaments of keratin (hair-like) are growing increasingly out of the skin,

probably due to involvement of borrelia bacteria (increased gland stimulation?)

Morgellons fibers on fecies and on a fingernail

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Typical hair infestation, whereby granulose slug-like forms prevail.

Also recognizable in this blob are tiny fibers which grow later out

Watch also this video from fibers made visible with a black light

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Isolated green specimen (vegetable, alga?) covered with biofilm

from which small fibers (sprirochetes?) grow out same as on human skin

Morgellons Research Marc Neumann Author M-R-O

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