Literature review on depressive disorders. Print Reference this. Disclaimer: Depressive disorder has significant potential morbidity and mortality. Suicide is the second leading cause of death in persons aged 2035 years. When a person develops an episode of mania they are conventionally identified as suffering from bipolar A Review of Bipolar Disorder in Adults.
Donald M. Hilty, MD The natural course of bipolar disorder is characterized by high rates of relapse and recurrence, 19 at rates of 80 to 90 percent, 84 at an average of 0.
6 Brady KT, Hales RE. Bipolar disorder in adults: A review of recent literature. Psychiatric Services. 1999; 50: This article systematically reviews the literature examining stigma toward bipolar disorder (BD).
A considerable literature has addressed the issue, with a diversity of perspectives and approaches. In general, the literature shows that stigma is a major concern for individuals with BD and their family members. Introduction: The common comorbid conditions that accompany latelife bipolar disorder (BD) have not been well studied.
This is a literature review on psychiatric and medical comorbidities among elderly individuals with BD. Methods: A focused literature review searched PubMed. Inclusion criteria were original research reports, in English, until Routine screening for depression is advised in primary care settings, but little attention has been focused on screening for past episodes of hypomania or mania, a history that may indicate bipolar disorder and a need for specialized therapy.
Genetics of bipolar disorder. N. Craddock Literature review on bipolar disorder I. Jones Is there an inverse relationship between Down's syndrome and bipolar affective disorder? Literature review and genetic implications. J Intellect Disabil Res. 1994 Dec; 38 (Pt 6):. Crowe RR, Smouse PE. The genetic implications of agedependent penetrance in manicdepressive illness. Conclusions.
This review is the first systematic synthesis of research relating to stigma and bipolar disorder. In comparison to research on other mental health problems, there is a dearth of literature exploring stigma in bipolar disorder. A sizable body of research has now examined the complex relationship between quality of life (QoL) and depressive disorder. Uptake of QoL research in relation to bipolar disorder (BD) has been comparatively slow, although increasing numbers of QoL studies are now being conducted in bipolar populations.
We aimed to perform a review of Request PDF on ResearchGate Bipolar disorder and stigma: A systematic review of the literature The degree to which bipolar disorder is stigmatised by the public and the extent of ABSTRACT Pediatric bipolar disorder (BPD) is a relatively neglected area of developmental psychiatry. Although there is recognition of