In response to Dr. Mark Zimmerman’s article, “Improving the recognition of borderline personality disorder,” I think the topic of improving the...
Borderline personality disorder is associated with impaired psychosocial functioning,1-4 reduced health-related quality of life,5...
Mark Zimmerman, MD, discusses the use of questionnaires in screening for psychiatric disorders in clinical practice.
Cases That Test Your Skills
Ms. B, age 14, has diagnoses of attention-deficit/hyperactive disorder and oppositional defiant disorder, and is taking extended-release...
SOLVING CLINICAL CHALLENGES, IMPROVING PATIENT CARE
Psychosis in borderline personality disorder: How assessment and treatment differs from a psychotic disorder
Psychotic symptoms in patients with borderline personality disorder (BPD) are common, distressing to patients, and challenging to treat. Issues of...
Even among healthy individuals, feelings of paranoia are not unusual. In modern psychiatry, we consider paranoia to be a pattern of unfounded...
New study suggests management recommendations for patients who are drawn to a violent person