Borderline personality disorder in male and female offenders newly committed to prison.
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Jan 01, 2007
Borderline personality disorder is relatively common among both male and female offenders in prison, and is associated with substantial psychologic stress and impaired quality of life. Early recognition and treatment of BPD in prisons may be warranted.
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