Mood Disorders - Overview of Mood Disorders Extremes in...

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Overview of Mood Disorders Extremes in Normal Mood Types of DSM-IV Depressive Disorders Major depressive disorder Dysthymic disorder Double depression Types of DSM-IV Bipolar Disorders Bipolar I disorder Bipolar II disorder Cyclothymic disorder
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Major Depressive Episode For 2 weeks either Depressed mood Anhedonia Cognitive symptoms Worthlessness, guilt, concentration, indecisiveness, suicidal ideation Somatic symptoms Appetite/weight; sleep; movement; energy Significant distress or impairment
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Manic Episode Mood – elevated, expansive, irritable One week Cognitive – grandiosity, flight of ideas, distractibility Somatic – sleep Behavioral Talkative; goal directed activity, pleasurable activities with consequences ($, sex) Significance impairment
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Other Episodes Hypomanic episode Same symptoms as manic but Last 4 days No marked impairment, hospitalization, psychotic functioning Mixed episode Both manic and major depressive episode Impairment
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Major Depressive Disorder Presence of 1 or more episodes No manic, hypomanic, or mixed episodes Types MDD, Single Episode MDD, Recurrent
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Dysthymia
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