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Psychiatric Disorders and Quality of Life in the Offspring of Parents with Bipolar Disorder.
OBJECTIVE To determine current and lifetime psychopathology and assess quality of life (QoL) in offspring of a parent with bipolar disorder (BD). METHODS We investigated 43 offspring of bipolarExpand
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Early stages of pediatric bipolar disorder: retrospective analysis of a Czech inpatient sample
Background Approximately 30%–60% of adults diagnosed with bipolar disorder (BD) report onset between the ages 15 and 19 years; however, a correct diagnosis is often delayed by several years.Expand
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Sleep characteristics in child and adolescent offspring of parents with bipolar disorder: a case control study
BackgroundImpairment of sleep and circadian rhythm is a typical feature of bipolar disorder (BD). We carried out an exploratory cross-sectional case-control study to extend the knowledge of sleepExpand
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Decreased need for sleep as an endophenotype of bipolar disorder: an actigraphy study
ABSTRACT Reports of subjective sleep impairments have been replicated in adults with bipolar disorder (BD), young BD patients, and even children of parents with BD. Furthermore, circadian rhythmExpand
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Etiology, risk factors, and methods of postpartum depression prevention.
OBJECTIVE To bring actual summary of knowledge about etiology and risk factors for development of postpartum depression, and modern methods of its prevention. DESIGN Review. SETTING NationalExpand
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Early Career Perspectives.
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Child and adolescent psychiatry training curriculum: A global trainee's perspective
This article is a summary of perspectives on training curricula from child and adolescent psychiatry trainees globally. We aimed to identify the relative strengths, weaknesses and gaps in learningExpand
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Higher Body-Mass Index and Lower Gray Matter Volumes in First Episode of Psychosis
Background Neurostructural alterations are often reported in first episode of psychosis (FEP), but there is heterogeneity in the direction and location of findings between individual studies. TheExpand