Premenstrual Syndrome: Implications for Psychiatric Practice
Premenstrual syndrome (PMS) presents a unique challenge to medicine, and to psychiatry in particular. The work reported by the other authors of this volume highlights the diversity of approaches that have been used to understand this syndrome. This chapter will apply these ideas to the current practice of psychiatry.
KeywordsMenstrual Cycle Borderline Personality Disorder Premenstrual Syndrome Premenstrual Phase Premenstrual Tension
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