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Comorbidity of personality disorder in obsessive-compulsive disorder: special emphases on the clinical significance

  • TianHong Zhang (a1), Annabelle Chow (a2), YingYing Tang (a1), LiHua Xu (a1), YunFei Dai (a1), KaiDa Jiang (a1), JiJun Wang (a1) and ZePing Xiao (a1)...
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*Address for correspondence: Zeping Xiao, MD, PhD, or Jijun Wang, MD, PhD, Shanghai Mental Health Center, 600 South Wanping Road, Shanghai 200030, PR China. (Email: xiao_zeping@126.com; xiaozeping88@163.com; jijunwang27@163.com)

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Comorbidity of personality disorder in obsessive-compulsive disorder: special emphases on the clinical significance

  • TianHong Zhang (a1), Annabelle Chow (a2), YingYing Tang (a1), LiHua Xu (a1), YunFei Dai (a1), KaiDa Jiang (a1), JiJun Wang (a1) and ZePing Xiao (a1)...

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