Manic and depressive symptoms in the elderly: their relationships to treatment outcome, cognition and motor symptoms.


70 subjects aged over 65 were evaluated within 48 h of admission in order to ascertain the correlation between manic and depressive symptoms and cognitive disorder, multi-infarct changes, abnormal movements, and extrapyramidal signs. Manic symptoms were found to be more often correlated with multi-infarct changes, lower cognitive scores, disordered… (More)


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