Healio (1/22, Gramigna) reported, “Acute course electroconvulsive therapy [ECT] benefited patients with depression with or without comorbid borderline personality disorder [BPD],” investigators concluded in a “retrospective cohort study” involving 693 individuals. The study also revealed, however, that people with BPD “appeared to exhibit less pronounced improvement over time.” The findings were published online Jan. 19 in the Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. (SOURCE: APA Headlines)
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