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Somatic symptoms and related disorders, and dysmorphophobia affect skin, however their association is idiopathic.
In the remainder of this article, we aim to respond to the following question: can CBT help a patient with delusional dysmorphophobia?.
[1] The condition was first described in 1886 by Enrico Morselli [2] who used the term 'dysmorphophobia' to label individuals with a normal appearance who are convinced that they have ugly physical flaws that are noticeable by others.