Citations:acarophobia

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English citations of acarophobia

1921, American Medical Association, Archives of Neurology and Psychiatry: (Chicago):

The second patient, a man, aged 38, had acarophobia which developed following an attack of scabies.

1941, American Medical Association, National Research Council (U.S.). Division of Medical Sciences. Committee on Information, War Medicine:

After these measures he was relieved of his acarophobia, but he continued to complain of severe pruritus at varying periods.

1963, Norman Tobias, Essentials of Dermatology:

The cleaning of hats and outer clothing will prevent acarophobia on the part of the patient.

2000, Otto Braun-Falco, Gerd Plewig, H. H. Wolff, W. H. Burgdorf, Dermatology:

This is a form of a monosymptomatic psychosis similar to acarophobia and delusions of facial asymmetry.