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Comorbid Personality Disorder: A Diagnosis For Diminished Care

Article Summary | August 24, 2020

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Introduction Anxiety disorders and depression are ranked as the first- and second-most common mental disorders, respectively. Both are common comorbidities in individuals with a personality disorder diagnosis. Evidence suggests that diagnoses of personality disorder with anxiety and depression are often associated with less than optimal outcomes such as increased functional impairment and subpar treatment outcomes….

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