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Synonyms for borderline

Synonyms for borderline

a fairly narrow line or space forming a boundary

a transitional interval beyond which some new action or different state of affairs is likely to begin or occur

Synonyms for borderline

of questionable or minimal quality


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ABSTRACT Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is being increasingly recognized by clinicians working with adolescents, and the reliability and validity of the diagnosis have been established in the adolescent population.
We consider figures at spherical map as such figures which print at the rubber film, then so long as we cut a hole inside any figure, and the hole contacts not any borderline of the figure, afterwards exert tensions round the hole, so the rubber film expands gradually until unfold the whole spherical surface into a plane, thereupon the spherical map has been turned to a planar map.
The ambassador continued "I have visited the borderline in Taftan, Zahedan, etc and Iran has very good posts and there are borderline bazaars there which are helping Iranian and Pakistani businessmen with their trade activities.
Work Group on Borderline Personality Disorder: Practice guideline for the treatment of patients with borderline personality disorder.
As psychiatry's Understanding of borderline personality disorder (BPD) grows, the literature clearly describes the seriousness of BPD, as well as these patients' high utilization of treatment.
Charles Schulz said at the meeting, where he led an interest group discussion on drug therapy for borderline personality disorder.
0 impacto que os fenomenos transferenciais caracteristicos de pacientes com transtorno de personalidade borderline exercem sobre a pratica psiquiatrica em geral (Blackwell, 2000) e na pratica do treinamento de alunos em ambulatorio responsavel pelo diagnostico e tratamento de patologias especificas (Elkis,1999; Calil & Contel,1999) justificaram tal enfoque.
I'm particularly pleased to be part of the Mindful States exhibition as any opportunity to shed some light on the more taboo symptoms of Borderline Personality Disorder is really worthwhile.
Cauwels discovered that many psychiatrists refuse to see these patients because borderlines are seen as provocateurs and expert manipulators.
The DSM described borderlines as suffering from a pervasive instability in interpersonal relationships, self-image, and feelings.
Borderline isn't necessarily a problem, meaning only that the patient needs to be reevaluated.
Many borderlines slip into a temporary psychosis under stress or the influence of drugs.
When you're treating borderlines, believe me, whether with dialectical behavioral therapy, TFP, or supportive therapy, you do not know what you're going to do before you go in the room," Dr.
Borderline patients with the related symptoms responded best to the neuroleptic, while "pure' borderlines showed a surprising improvement in core personality features while on the placebo.
Think about it: So many of us in psychiatry and psychotherapy refer to these human beings as borderlines, denoting no specific condition.
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