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In the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM), panic disorder is one type of anxiety disorder. There have been few detailed reports on the relationship between suicide and panic disorder. We examined the comorbidities and personality inventory tendencies in panic disorder with an increased suicide risk. Our participants were patients with panic disorder. We found that an increased risk of suicide must be kept in mind when treating patients with panic disorder that is accompanied by mood disorders or anxiety disorders. This study also found that such patients are thought to be “very sensitive and emotional and easily distracted”, “introverted, humble and serious”, and “hedonistic”. The risk of suicide must be ascertained during the treatment of panic disorder.