bipolar disorder

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Synonyms for bipolar disorder

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Among relatives, 30% of 533 relatives in the fibromyalgia group had a history of major depressive disorder, 7% each reported bipolar I or bipolar II disorder, and 32% reported any major mood disorder.
After adjustment for age, sex, type of relative, and correlation of observations within families, relatives of fibromyalgia patients were twice as likely to report a major mood disorder than were relatives of patients without fibromyalgia.
Given these observations, it is especially important in female patients to perform a thorough psychiatric review that probes for major mood disorders (i.
Studies have shown that an estimated 20 percent of all cases of major mood disorder result from manic depression.
6% correct; the 100 subjects with schizophrenia did worse than the 101 subjects with a major mood disorder (48.
In the current study 35 patients with major mood disorder were randomized to groups that received 1 g/day (14), 2 g/day (11), or 4 g/day (10) of DHA for 12 weeks.
Lamotrigine as a promising approach to borderline personality: an open case series without concurrent DSM-IV major mood disorder.
When major mood disorder criteria are met, the same antidepressants are used much as they would be with other depressed patients.