Explosive Personality Disorder

A disorder of impulse control, which is characterised by abrupt ‘detonations’ of negative emotive forces—anger, snarling, snapping and/or violence—in response to seemingly mild external stimuli
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Psychiatric evidence said he had an "unstable, potentially explosive personality disorder" - was convicted of murder in 1997 and jailed for life.
The conviction was quashed and Lord Justice Kennedy ordered a retrial and said medical reports indicated he may have been suffering from an "explosive personality disorder" when he killed the 24-year-old mother of one.'
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