Personality disorders in elderly patients with dysthymic disorder.

@article{Devanand2000PersonalityDI,
  title={Personality disorders in elderly patients with dysthymic disorder.},
  author={D. P. Devanand and Nancy Turret and Brian Moody and Linda Fitzsimons and Shoshana Peyser and Karen J Mickle and M. Nobler and S P Steven P Roose},
  journal={The American journal of geriatric psychiatry : official journal of the American Association for Geriatric Psychiatry},
  year={2000},
  volume={8 3},
  pages={188-95}
}
The authors evaluated personality disorders in elderly patients with DSM-IV dysthymic disorder (DD) to identify prevalent personality disorders and their clinical correlates. Outpatients (>/=60 years; N=76) with DD were evaluated; most were male (65.8%) and had late age at onset (>50 years: 60.5%). Axis II disorders were present in 31.2% of patients, with obsessive-compulsive personality disorder (OCD; 17.1%) and avoidant personality disorder (11.8%) being the most common. Personality disorders… CONTINUE READING

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Axis II disorders were present in 31.2% of patients , with obsessive - compulsive personality disorder ( OCD ; 17.1% ) and avoidant personality disorder ( 11.8% ) being the most common .
Axis II disorders were present in 31.2% of patients , with obsessive - compulsive personality disorder ( OCD ; 17.1% ) and avoidant personality disorder ( 11.8% ) being the most common .
Axis II disorders were present in 31.2% of patients , with obsessive - compulsive personality disorder ( OCD ; 17.1% ) and avoidant personality disorder ( 11.8% ) being the most common .
Together with the predominance of late onset and the lack of psychiatric comorbidity , the current findings on personality disorders reinforce our view that DD in elderly patients is typically a different disorder from DD in young adults .
Together with the predominance of late onset and the lack of psychiatric comorbidity , the current findings on personality disorders reinforce our view that DD in elderly patients is typically a different disorder from DD in young adults .
Together with the predominance of late onset and the lack of psychiatric comorbidity , the current findings on personality disorders reinforce our view that DD in elderly patients is typically a different disorder from DD in young adults .
Together with the predominance of late onset and the lack of psychiatric comorbidity , the current findings on personality disorders reinforce our view that DD in elderly patients is typically a different disorder from DD in young adults .
Axis II disorders were present in 31.2% of patients , with obsessive - compulsive personality disorder ( OCD ; 17.1% ) and avoidant personality disorder ( 11.8% ) being the most common .
Axis II disorders were present in 31.2% of patients , with obsessive - compulsive personality disorder ( OCD ; 17.1% ) and avoidant personality disorder ( 11.8% ) being the most common .
Axis II disorders were present in 31.2% of patients , with obsessive - compulsive personality disorder ( OCD ; 17.1% ) and avoidant personality disorder ( 11.8% ) being the most common .
Axis II disorders were present in 31.2% of patients , with obsessive - compulsive personality disorder ( OCD ; 17.1% ) and avoidant personality disorder ( 11.8% ) being the most common .
Axis II disorders were present in 31.2% of patients , with obsessive - compulsive personality disorder ( OCD ; 17.1% ) and avoidant personality disorder ( 11.8% ) being the most common .
Axis II disorders were present in 31.2% of patients , with obsessive - compulsive personality disorder ( OCD ; 17.1% ) and avoidant personality disorder ( 11.8% ) being the most common .
Axis II disorders were present in 31.2% of patients , with obsessive - compulsive personality disorder ( OCD ; 17.1% ) and avoidant personality disorder ( 11.8% ) being the most common .
Together with the predominance of late onset and the lack of psychiatric comorbidity , the current findings on personality disorders reinforce our view that DD in elderly patients is typically a different disorder from DD in young adults .
Together with the predominance of late onset and the lack of psychiatric comorbidity , the current findings on personality disorders reinforce our view that DD in elderly patients is typically a different disorder from DD in young adults .
Together with the predominance of late onset and the lack of psychiatric comorbidity , the current findings on personality disorders reinforce our view that DD in elderly patients is typically a different disorder from DD in young adults .
Axis II disorders were present in 31.2% of patients , with obsessive - compulsive personality disorder ( OCD ; 17.1% ) and avoidant personality disorder ( 11.8% ) being the most common .
The authors evaluated personality disorders in elderly patients with DSM - IV dysthymic disorder ( DD ) to identify prevalent personality disorders and their clinical correlates .
The authors evaluated personality disorders in elderly patients with DSM - IV dysthymic disorder ( DD ) to identify prevalent personality disorders and their clinical correlates .
The authors evaluated personality disorders in elderly patients with DSM - IV dysthymic disorder ( DD ) to identify prevalent personality disorders and their clinical correlates .
The authors evaluated personality disorders in elderly patients with DSM - IV dysthymic disorder ( DD ) to identify prevalent personality disorders and their clinical correlates .
Axis II disorders were present in 31.2% of patients , with obsessive - compulsive personality disorder ( OCD ; 17.1% ) and avoidant personality disorder ( 11.8% ) being the most common .
Axis II disorders were present in 31.2% of patients , with obsessive - compulsive personality disorder ( OCD ; 17.1% ) and avoidant personality disorder ( 11.8% ) being the most common .
Axis II disorders were present in 31.2% of patients , with obsessive - compulsive personality disorder ( OCD ; 17.1% ) and avoidant personality disorder ( 11.8% ) being the most common .
Axis II disorders were present in 31.2% of patients , with obsessive - compulsive personality disorder ( OCD ; 17.1% ) and avoidant personality disorder ( 11.8% ) being the most common .
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