Cognitive functions among euthymic bipolar I patients after a single manic episode versus recurrent episodes.

@article{Elshahawi2011CognitiveFA,
  title={Cognitive functions among euthymic bipolar I patients after a single manic episode versus recurrent episodes.},
  author={Heba H Elshahawi and Heba Essawi and Menan AbdelMaksoud Rabie and Mona S M Mansour and Zeinab A Beshry and Ahmed N Mansour},
  journal={Journal of affective disorders},
  year={2011},
  volume={130 1-2},
  pages={180-91}
}
BACKGROUND There is a growing consensus that persistent cognitive deficits are common in patients with bipolar disorders even when they are euthymic. AIM The aim was to assess objectively the presence of cognitive deficits in bipolar patients in remission, and to correlate these deficits with the recurrence of the disease. METHODS Cognitive functions (executive function, memory, intelligence, attention and concentration) of a group of euthymic bipolar patients after a single manic episode… CONTINUE READING

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