In this study, mental disorders were determined using data from the Danish Psychiatric Central Research Register and general medical conditions from the Danish National Patient Register.
Patients with borderline personality disorder were recruited at 15 sites in 5 countries between 2010 and 2016 for this CONSORT trial.
With the provision of outpatient psychotherapy by psychiatrists steadily declining in the US, researchers sought to characterize the trends and patterns of psychotherapy by US psychiatrists.
Researchers surveyed patients with BPD from an ongoing longitudinal study who reported that they felt chronically empty at least “a good bit of the time.”
The researchers examined the association of a borderline personality disorder diagnosis and the specific criteria for its diagnosis with suicide attempts in US adults.
This study summarizes current literature for the effect of borderline personality disorder on the treatment response and management of patients affected by major depressive disorder.
Researchers conducted 10 years of follow-ups with adults with personality disorders who participated in the Collaborative Longitudinal Study of Personality Disorders to examine which factors were associated with reported suicide attempts.
Polygenic risk scores predict the progression from unipolar depression to bipolar or psychiatric disorders.
Psychosis and BPD have previously been linked to persistent nightmares in childhood, and these findings highlight the importance of confronting sleep disturbances at young ages.
Over half of the sample attained opioids through their own prescription, and 47.2% of patients with co-occurring sedative use disorder attained sedatives by prescription.