Gender differences in prevalence, risk, and clinical correlates of alcoholism comorbidity in bipolar disorder.

@article{Frye2003GenderDI,
  title={Gender differences in prevalence, risk, and clinical correlates of alcoholism comorbidity in bipolar disorder.},
  author={Mark A. Frye and Lori L. Altshuler and Susan L. McElroy and Trisha M Suppes and P. Keck and Kirk D. Denicoff and Willem A. Nolen and Ralph W Kupka and Gabriele S. Leverich and Chad Pollio and Heinz Grunze and Jorge Walden and Robert M Post},
  journal={The American journal of psychiatry},
  year={2003},
  volume={160 5},
  pages={
          883-9
        }
}
OBJECTIVE The prevalence of lifetime alcohol abuse and/or dependence (alcoholism) in patients with bipolar disorder has been reported to be higher than in all other axis I psychiatric diagnoses. This study examined gender-specific relationships between alcoholism and bipolar illness, which have previously received little systematic study. METHOD The prevalence of lifetime alcoholism in 267 outpatients enrolled in the Stanley Foundation Bipolar Network was evaluated by using the Structured… CONTINUE READING

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