Phenomenology of adolescent and adult mania in hospitalized patients with bipolar disorder.

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OBJECTIVE Although available data suggest that bipolar disorder most commonly begins in adolescence, it has often been underrecognized and misdiagnosed in this age group. The authors hypothesized that this might in part be because adolescent mania is phenomenologically different from adult mania. To test this hypothesis, they compared a cohort of… (More)

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