The likelihood of recurrence in bipolar affective disorder: the importance of episode recency.

@article{Coryell1995TheLO,
  title={The likelihood of recurrence in bipolar affective disorder: the importance of episode recency.},
  author={William H. Coryell and Jean M Endicott and Jack D. Maser and Timothy I. Mueller and Philip W. Lavori and M. Bernhard Keller},
  journal={Journal of affective disorders},
  year={1995},
  volume={33 3},
  pages={
          201-6
        }
}
These analyses used a high-intensity follow-up of of patients with bipolar affective disorder to describe the immediate and long-term risks for recurrence and the importance of sustained recovery to those risks. At the baseline evaluation, all patients were in episodes of Research Diagnostic Criteria major depressive disorder, mania or schizoaffective disorder (excluding the mainly schizophrenic subtype); those who were depressed at intake had a history of mania or schizoaffective mania. Raters… CONTINUE READING
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