A five-year follow-up of patients with borderline pathology of childhood.

  title={A five-year follow-up of patients with borderline pathology of childhood.},
  author={Phyllis Zelkowitz and Joel Paris and Jaswant Guzder and Ronald A Feldman and Carmella A Roy and Lindsay Rosval},
  journal={Journal of personality disorders},
  volume={21 6},
Borderline pathology of childhood (BPC) may be a precursor of personality disorders. There is a lack of data concerning outcome in adolescence. A group of 59 adolescents, who had been treated as children in a Child Psychiatry Day Hospital five to seven years earlier, was evaluated. Using the child version of the Retrospective Diagnostic Interview for Borderlines, 28 participants had been diagnosed with BPC while the remaining 31 participants who did not have a history of BPC served as the… CONTINUE READING

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