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Table 2 Characteristics of DSM-5 section II personality disorders and mental disorders

From: The role of DSM-5 borderline personality symptomatology and traits in the link between childhood trauma and suicidal risk in psychiatric patients

  Personality disorder N (%) Mental disorders N (%)
A Paranoid 61 (49.2%) Major Depressive Disorder 36 (29.0%)
Schizotypal 10 (8.1%) Dysthymia 38 (30.6%)
Schizoid 5 (4.0%) Social Phobia 58 (46.8%)
   Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder 39 (31.5%)
B Borderline 89 (71.8%) Panic Disorder 52 (41.9%)
Narcissistic 3 (2.4%) Agoraphobia 66 (53.2%)
Histrionic 0 (0.0%) Obsessive Compulsive Disorder 42 (33.9%)
Antisocial 22 (17.7%) Anorexia Nervosa 5 (4.0%)
C    Bulimia Nervosa 26 (21.0%)
Avoidant 65 (52.4%) Generalized Anxiety Disorder 25 (20.2%)
Dependent 18 (14.5%) Substance Use Disorder 13 (10.5%)
Obsessive-Compulsive 40 (32.3%) Alcohol Use Disorder 10 (8.1%)
    Lifetime Psychotic Episode 14 (11.3%)
  Not Otherwise Specified 6 (4.8%) No criteria met 1 (0.8%)
  No criteria met 7 (5.6%)   
  1. N = 124