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AUGMENTATION OF ANTIDEPRESSANTS WITH BRIGHT LIGHT THERAPY IN PATIENTS WITH COMORBID DEPRESSION AND BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER
Biomedical Papers of the Faculty of Medicine of Palacky University
Key words: Bright light therapy/Non-seasonal depressive disorder/Depressive episode/Resistance to therapy/Borderline personality disorder/Comorbidity/Open study Backround. Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is typically characterized by instability and impairmed behaviour, affectivity, interpersonal relations and lifestyle. The most common condition comorbid with BPD is a depressive episode. Depression is associated with severe disturbance of the circadian rhythms. This is apparent indoi:10.5507/bp.2010.053 pmid:21293548 fatcat:arloahdu4fenni4ojkj5yqjs3q