Early-onset and very-early-onset bipolar disorder: distinct or similar clinical conditions?

@article{Propper2015EarlyonsetAV,
  title={Early-onset and very-early-onset bipolar disorder: distinct or similar clinical conditions?},
  author={Lukas Propper and Abigail Ortiz and Claire M. Slaney and Julie S. Garnham and Martina Růzickov{\'a} and Cynthia V. Calkin and Claire O'donovan and Tomas Hajek and Martin Alda},
  journal={Bipolar disorders},
  year={2015},
  volume={17 8},
  pages={814-20}
}
OBJECTIVE This study aimed to examine differences in the clinical presentation of very-early-onset (VEO) and early-onset (EO) bipolar disorder (BD) not fully explored previously. METHODS We selected two groups of subjects with BD from the Maritime Bipolar Registry based on age at onset of first major mood episode (VEO with onset prior to age 15 years; EO… CONTINUE READING