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Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) provides detailed images of brain anatomy, with especially clear definition of gray and white matter structures. Several brain MRI studies have suggested that adults with bipolar disorder (BD) are more likely to have "white matter hyperintensities" (WMH) than...
Seizures may have an acute, reversible cause; antiepileptic drugs (AEDs) are not needed for every patient who presents with a seizure. The neurologist's decision concerning whether to initiate drug therapy depends on verifying that one or more seizures has occurred, on determining the likelihood...
Lithium and several anticonvulsant medications play an important role in the treatment of bipolar mood disorder. Clinical observations and open clinical trials are beginning to suggest additional therapeutic roles for these drugs. The largest number of reports indicate a monotherapy...
Factors that reliably predict treatment response in bipolar disorder are much needed, particularly since no available treatment routinely affords complete protection from future illness. The number of pretreatment episodes (PTEs) is a proposed predictor, but its value remains uncertain. We...
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