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6.mood_disorders - 1 An Overview of Mood Disorders Extremes...

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Unformatted text preview: 1 An Overview of Mood Disorders Extremes in Normal Mood Nature of depression Nature of mania and hypomania DSM-IV Depressive Disorders Major depressive disorder Dysthymic disorder Double depression An Overview of Mood Disorders DSM-IV Bipolar Disorders Bipolar I disorder Bipolar II disorder Cyclothymic disorder 2 Major Depression: An Overview Major Depressive Episode Depressed mood Anhedonia Cognitive symptoms Vegetative symptoms Major Depressive Disorder Single episode Recurrent episodes Dysthymia: An Overview Overview and Defining Features Depressed mood for at least 2 years Mild Chronic Facts and Statistics Late onset early 20s Early onset Before age 21, poorer prognosis Overview and Defining Features Major depressive episodes and dysthymic disorder Dysthymic disorder typically first Facts and Statistics Severe psychopathology Poor outcome Most difficult to treat Double Depression: Overview 3 Bipolar I Disorder: An Overview Overview and Defining Features Full manic episodes and major depression Facts and Statistics Average age on onset is 18 years Chronic Suicide is common Bipolar II Disorder: An Overview Overview and Defining Features Hypomanic episodes and major depression Facts and Statistics Average age on onset is 22 years Only 10 to 13% of cases progress to bipolar I Chronic Cyclothymic Disorder Overview and Defining Features Milder mania and depression Pattern must last for at least 2 years Facts and Statistics High risk for developing bipolar I or II Most are female Average age on onset is early adolescence 4 The Bipolar Spectrum M m d D Course of Mood Disorders Major Depression Mnemonic SIGECAPS Sleep Interest Guilt Energy Concentration Appetite Psychomotor Suicide 5 Mood Disorders: Characteristics Dysthymic Disorder With melancholic features With atypical features With psychotic features With catatonic features With postpartum features With seasonal onset (SAD) Major Depressive Disorder psychotic catatonic postpartum seasonal onset...
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