Perinatal episodes across the mood disorder spectrum.

@article{Florio2013PerinatalEA,
  title={Perinatal episodes across the mood disorder spectrum.},
  author={A. Di Florio and L. Forty and K. Gordon-Smith and J. Heron and L. Jones and N. Craddock and I. Jones},
  journal={JAMA psychiatry},
  year={2013},
  volume={70 2},
  pages={
          168-75
        }
}
CONTEXT Affective disorders are common in women, with many episodes having an onset in pregnancy or during the postpartum period. OBJECTIVE To investigate the occurrence and timing of perinatal mood episodes in women with bipolar I disorder, bipolar II disorder, and recurrent major depression (RMD). SETTING AND PATIENTS Women were recruited in our ongoing research on the genetic and nongenetic determinants of major affective disorders. Participants were interviewed and case notes were reviewed… Expand
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