Frontotemporal Dementia Complicated by Comorbid Borderline Personality Disorder: A Case Report

| April 23, 2009 | 0 Comments

by LCDR Stephen Salzbrenner, MD; Jaime Brown; Gavin Hart; ENS Jonathan Dettmer; LT Raquel Williams, MD; LT Monica Ormeno, DO, USN; LCDR Ethel O’Neal, MD; and LT Jennifer Shippy, MD

Dr. Salzbrenner is an Attending Staff Psychiatrist at Naval Medical Center in Portsmouth, Virginia; Ms. Brown is a third-year medical student at Edward Via Virginia College of Osteopathic Medicine; Mr. Hart is a third-year medical student at Eastern Virginia Medical School; ENS Dettmer is a fourth-year medical student at Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences; Dr. Williams is a second-year Psychiatry Resident at Naval Medical Center in Portsmouth, Virginia; Dr. Ormeno is a second-year Psychiatry Resident at Naval Medical Center in Portsmouth Virginia; Dr. O’Neal is a third-year radiology resident at Naval Medical Center in Portsmouth, Virginia; and Dr. Shippy is a first-year psychiatry resident at the Naval Medical Center, Portsmouth, Virginia.

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Category: Alzheimer's Disease, Case Report, Dementia, Neurologic Systems and Symptoms, Neurology, Past Articles, Personality Disorders, Psychiatry, Schizophrenia

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