Revisión de la clínica e importancia de su diagnóstico temprano | 22 DIC 14

Trastorno límite de la personalidad en la adolescencia

Es un trastorno mental grave que se caracteriza por un patrón dominante de inestabilidad en la regulación del afecto, el control del impulso, las relaciones interpersonales, y la imagen de sí mismo.
Autor: Michael Kaess, Romuald Brunner and Andrew Chanen Pediatrics 2014; 134; 782
INDICE:  1. Desarrollo | 2. Referencias


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