Case report: what can exist after apparent functionality?

Susana Peñas-Cuesta, Irene de la Vega-Rodríguez

Abstract


The borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a severe disorder consisting of a general pattern of impulsivity and instability in relationships, self-image and emotions which often require intensive, multidisciplinary and long lasting treatment. We present a clinical case with this type of approach, a 30 year old patient with BPD and body dysmorphic disorder with predominant impulsive and potentially harmful behaviors.


Keywords


borderline personality disorder; body dysmorphic disorder; treatment



DOI: https://doi.org/10.5944/ap.10.1.7038

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