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Bipolar comorbidity, neurobiology and clinical presentation

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Introduction. Bipolar disorder presents us with a complex phenotype that can include virtually all the key phenomenological entities we recognise in psychiatry - depression, mania, psychosis, anxiety, substance misuse, cognitive impairment, neuroendocrine abnormality, sleep disturbance and distinctively variable illness course. The fact that these apparently independent dimensions cluster within the single diagnosis of bipolar disorder is a very challenging fact [1]. Does it mean that the dim...

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10.1080/13651500701322756

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MSD, Psychiatry
Journal:
International Journal of Psychiatry in Clinical Practice
Volume:
11
Issue:
SUPPL. 1
Pages:
14-14
Publication date:
2007-05-05
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EISSN:
1471-1788
ISSN:
1365-1501
URN:
uuid:474ce824-4eb6-484e-b089-537fd415ddae
Source identifiers:
98238
Local pid:
pubs:98238
Language:
English

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