Patient Recored: Martin "Dogface" Sergei Derringer

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Post  Sana on Mon Dec 19, 2011 5:17 pm

Name: Martin "DogFace" Sergei Derringer
Gender: Male
Species: Human
Age: 26
DOB: March 12, 1985
Height: 5' 11"
Weight: 220lbs

Symptoms: Increasingly Psychotic Behavior, Extreme Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Depression. Patient has also reported hallucinations of 'killer moths' feeding on, tunneling into, and burrowing into both arms, patient says he feels the pain as though it were real, but no negative reactions or panicking occurs during any episodes of hallucination.

Mother passed away during child birth, father died of illness when patient was at age of 11, older brother took over as patient's legal guardian. During patient's age of 16 brother was deployed by military, upon returning older brother was diagnosed with P.T.S.D. and after 6 months succumbed to the effects and committed suicide with a .455 caliber Webley Mark 6 Revolver. Upon reaching the age of 17, Martin Derringer was sent to his grandmother to live for six months before she agreed to sign permission for Martin to join the military. After four years of service Martin Derringer left and became a hired gun, doing any form of work that fell into his lap. Martin Derringer was involved in Terrorist actions and affairs in multiple foreign nations, transporting jobs, murders, assassinations, escorts, and body guard jobs. In a war torn South Africa country Martin was the Gunner to a crew of 5 in a stripped down re purposed B25 Mitchell Medium Bomber. In Baghdad he was involved indirectly with an Assassination on an important man of great power, upon witnessing an explosion that claimed the life of the man, Martin witnessed several dead bodies, including his closest friend he met in South Africa. All he found was a cane the he claimed as a trophy and a reminder, and continues to use it to assist himself in walking. Beneath the tip of the cane's handle there is a hidden locket lid with a picture of a beautiful Russian girl on the underside of the lid. This Russian girl he met in a South African country during a Search and Deliver job where he was to locate a specific person and return it to someone else. During this operation he met the women and has not seen her since.

Medical Health/ History: During multiple combat related contracted jobs, Martin received bullet wounds, burns, lacerations, and several other injuries relative to his experiences as a hired gun. During a job in South Africa, Martin received shrapnel from a rocket explosion just behind the nose turret in the B25, the explosion nearly took his life, but he managed to get away with a permanently injured right leg, several fragments of shrapnel, and a missing finger. In a reconnaissance contract in the Kongo jungles he was attacked by guerrilla rebels in a large scale ambush. During this ambush he received a large scar across the left side of his head leading from just above his left eyebrow, midway to the back of his head. In an incident in Iraq, Martin absorbed dangerous amounts of nerve gases released in a small village of insignificant interest, he managed to survive the incident however and in fact recovered very well from his exposure. Martin also received partial blindness in his left eye in another contract job. During an operation in Afghanistan, Martin lost his left pinky finger and his right arm was exposed to acid which ate away his skin and part of his muscular system, his nerves however survived the incident fully intact. After a few months of physical therapy Martin regained full control of his arm.

Has the patient been referred by a court ruling?: No; patient is voluntary.

Has the patient been previously diagnosed with any mental or health illnesses?: Post Traumatic Stress Disorder

Has the patient been known to harm them self or others (or both)?: Infamously known for injuring others.

Privileged Patient?: No

Current Medications: None

- Patient has strong habits of whistling, random dancing, and listening to classic music from the early decades of the 1900s.

- Possibly allow patient to keep his cane in order to help him walk properly, and allow patient to keep his Record Player, provided it stays within his room; it is apparent that music helps calm him.

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