manic-depressive


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a person afflicted with manic-depressive illness

suffering from a disorder characterized by alternating mania and depression

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He was further treated for manic-depressive psychosis in his local hospital with escitalopram oxalate tablets (10 mg once per day), sodium valproate (0.
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The use of placebo controls will remain an important aspect of clinical trials for mood disorders in the future, according to a consensus statement by the National Depressive and Manic-Depressive Association.
The Brundtlands' youngest child, Jorgen, committed suicide in 1992 at the age of 25, after a long bout with manic-depressive illness.
There have been many studies of manic-depressive illness and its relationship to creativity.
Now there is some (very slight) excuse for Love, Poole, and Trombley: they wrote their studies before the publication of the plethora of information on manic-depressive illness that has recently become available to the general reader.
In that case, Australian psychiatrist John Cade asked what might be wrong in the brains of patients with manic-depressive illness and wondered whether a substance called urea would have therapeutic value.
Manic Depression and Creativity demonstrates how manic-depressive disorder often becomes the essential difference between talent and genius, and offers valuable insights into the many obstacles and problems this illness poses for highly creative people in all fields, from scientists to film stars to rock musicians.
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