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  1. Dakasa says:
    bipolar I disorder or bipolar II disorder in 15 – 50% of people.2 “Rapid cycling” specifies that a patient has had four or more mood episodes, i.e. major depression, mania or hypomania, within one year.6 Rapid cycling of moods in patients with bipolar disorder is associated with a reduced response to treatment and poorer outcomes
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  3. Vudokinos says:
    F Language disorder. to follow “F Speech sound disorder” Bipolar and Related Disorders. ICDCM coding changes to Bipolar I Disorder, Current or most recent episode hypomanic (ICD CM code remains UNCHANGED) Codes are found on the following pages: DSM pp. xvi, , , ;.
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  5. Mauzil says:
    Two new disorders have been added: Disruptive Mood Dysregulation and Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder. For those of you who poked around in Appendix B of DSM-IV (disorders proposed for further study), Premenstrual Dysphoric Disorder will be familiar. It was promoted to a full-fledged disorder for inclusion in the Depressive Disorders category.
  6. Gaktilar says:
    Chapter – Thought Disorders Episode Overview 1. List 10 medical disorders that may cause psychosis (Box) 2. List 10 pharmacologic agents that may cause acute psychosis (Box) 3. Describe the DSM V diagnostic criteria for schizophrenia (Box) 4. List 4 agents used for rapid tranquilization and their usual doses (Table).
  7. Gardalar says:
    DSM-5 Criteria: Bipolar Disorders biPolar i disorder: For a diagnosis of bipolar I disorder, it is necessary to meet the following criteria for a manic episode. The manic episode may have been preceded by and may be followed by hypomanic or major depressive episodes. Manic Episode.
  8. Shakagami says:
    A thought disorder (TD) is any disturbance in cognition that adversely affects language and thought content, and thereby communication. A variety of thought disorders were said to be characteristic of people with schizophrenia. A content-thought disorder is typically characterised by the experience of multiple delusional fragments. The term, thought disorder, is often used to refer to a formal Specialty: Psychiatry.
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