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Adverse childhood events and psychosis in bipolar affective disorder
Within affective disorder, the relationship between childhood events and psychosis appears to be relatively symptom-specific, with delusions and non-hallucinatory symptoms being influenced less by childhood or early environmental experience.
University of Birmingham Adverse childhood events and psychosis in bipolar affective disorder
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Acute Pharyngitis with Synovial and Extra-Synovial Complications
Suppurative pericardial effusion (SPE) is characterized by infection of the pericardium that produces a purulent effusion that is either seen macroscopically or on tissue microscopy. Bacterial
General practitioner surveillance of azatadine maleate/pseudoephedrine sulphate ('Congesteze') for the treatment of upper respiratory tract congestion.
A post-marketing, general practitioner surveillance programme involving 12,679 patients with upper respiratory congestion showed that 97% of the patients experienced some relief and the side-effect most frequently reported was drowsiness.
Adverse Childhood Events and Psychosis in Bipolar Affective Disorder
Background There has been increasing interest in the association between childhood trauma and psychosis. Proposals for potential mechanisms involved include affective dysregulation and appraisals of