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The comorbidity of migraine in bipolar disorder

  title={The comorbidity of migraine in bipolar disorder},
  author={A. Ibiloğlu and A. Çayk{\"o}yl{\"u}},
  journal={Journal of Mood Disorders},
Objective: The aim of this study was to determine the frequency of migraine comorbidity with lifetime bipolar disorder (BPD), and the influence of this comorbidity on various demographic and clinical variables in bipolar patients. Method: Patients (n= 96) with a previous diagnosis of BPD in remission (67 female, 29 male) were included in this study. The diagnosis of BPD was clinically made according to DSM-IV criteria, on admission of the patient to the follow-up routine of outpatient clinics… Expand
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