Bipolar%20Disorder

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 2/18/11 Bipolar I One or more Manic or Mixed Manic Episodes Minor or Major Depressive Episodes often present May have psychotic symptoms Bipolar II One or more Major Depressive Episodes One or more Hypomanic Episodes No full Manic or Mixed Episodes Classifications
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 2/18/11 Cyclothymia Numerous periods with hypomanic and depressive  symptoms No full Manic, Major Depressive, or Mixed Episodes Bipolar Disorder Not Otherwise Specified (NOS) Bipolar features that do not meet criteria for any specific  bipolar disorder Classifications
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 2/18/11 Mood
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 2/18/11 Importance of early diagnosis Pediatric bipolar is particularly challenging to  identify Severe affect dysregulation, chronic course, poor  response to mood stabilizers, high co-morbidity with  ADHD
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