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(p. 141) Co-occurring Disorders over Time 

(p. 141) Co-occurring Disorders over Time
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(p. 141) Co-occurring Disorders over Time
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Mary C. Zanarini

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10.1093/med-psych/9780195370607.003.0013
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date: 18 July 2019

This chapter concerns the co-occurring Axis I and II disorders reported by borderline patients. It was found at baseline that mood, PTSD, other anxiety, substance use, and eating disorders, as well as anxious cluster Axis II disorders, were all common. Prevalence rates of these disorders declined over time. It was also found that substance use disorders were the disorders that most interfered with remission from BPD. Using survival analyses, we also studied time-to-remission, time-to-recurrence, and time-to-new-onsets of specific disorders in each of these areas of psychopathology. None of the disorders studied was chronic in nature. All exhibited fluidity over time.

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