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At baseline the GAD subjects were significantly older, had a higher level of education and occupational class, earlier age of onset and longer illness duration. At follow-up, significantly more GAD patients continued to meet full criteria for the baseline disorder, and fewer were in partial or complete remission or had fluctuations. Although global severity, measured by clinical global impression (CGI), was less at baseline, at follow-up the improvement on the CGI was significantly less for the GAD patient compared with the panic disorder patients.

This questions the validity of the axis II diagnosis at the outset. Also, a study by Ricciardi et al. (1992) showed that among 17 patients with OCD and concomitant personality disorder, after treatment 14 ———————————— T. OVERBEEK, E. L. GRIEZ nine out of ten responders no longer met the personality disorder criteria. OCD also co-exists with a number of other axis I disorders including panic disorder (54%, Crino and Andrews, 1996), social phobia (42%, Crino and Andrews, 1996), eating disorders (17%, Rasmussen and Eisen, 1994), and Tourette’s disorder (5%, Black and Noyes, 1990).

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