Premenstrual dysphoric disorder and psychiatric co-morbidity

@article{Kim2004PremenstrualDD,
  title={Premenstrual dysphoric disorder and psychiatric co-morbidity},
  author={Deborah R. Kim and Laszlo Gyulai and Ellen W. Freeman and M. F. Morrison and Claudia Frances Baldassano and B. Dub{\'e}},
  journal={Archives of Women’s Mental Health},
  year={2004},
  volume={7},
  pages={37-47}
}
SummaryPremenstrual dysphoric disorder (PMDD) can occur co-morbidly with other axis I disorders, particularly mood and anxiety disorders. The data supporting this diagnostic dilemma are reviewed in terms of methodological comparisons between studies. The point prevalence of the co-occurrence of PMDD and other psychiatric disorders is discussed as well as implications for treatment and further study. 
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