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Shweta Kalita

Spartan Health Sciences University, Vieux Fort, Spartan Drive St. Jude’s Highway, LC12 101, Saint Lucia, USA


  • Case Report   
    Tactile Hallucinations Alleviated by Pselaphesia Counterstimulation: A case report
    Author(s): Shweta Kalita, Nikita Mehdiratta*, Drushti Birwatkar and Alan Hirsch

    Objective: Treatment of haptic hallucinations using tactile counter stimulation. Introduction: The specific management through applying tactile counter stimulation for haptic hallucination has not heretofore been presented. Case presentation: This 23-year-old right-handed male with nine past hospitalizations for depression, alcohol abuse, and manic episodes presents with means of the perception that hands were touching him and sexually stimulating him. He would feel the specter’s hand or arm but not see the person. Usually, it was the same friendly woman. He would feel the touch around his chest, shoulders, or genitals. Her fingers would move in one place for 2 minutes-5 minutes, and occur 6 times-8 times a day. He would sometimes feel her elbows on his breasts, and the sensation would resolve when he put his hand on the region where the sensations were felt and would .. Read More»

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