Whether major depressive disorder is a comorbidity of bipolar disorder isn’t really known. Researchers built a predictive model of major depressive disorder to bipolar disorder conversion and with the Observational Medical Outcomes Partnership validated the results across a multi-national network of patient databases.
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Researchers assessed the incidence and factors associated with major depressive episodes and symptoms of depression and anxiety during pregnancy and postpartum in pregnant women with epilepsy compared with healthy pregnant women and non-pregnant with epilepsy.
The researchers sought to estimate the age-specific incidence and prevalence of dementia diagnoses among older adults with schizophrenia in the United States compared to those without serious mental illness.
Researchers compared how patients experiencing a major depressive episode and control participants perceived contrast patterns.
In a study presented at MDS 2021, researchers assessed whether patients with tic disorders with or without major psychoses were at risk of developing tardive dyskinesia.
Registries databases were searched for randomized controlled trials published between 1952 and 2020 that evaluated psychological interventions for adults diagnosed with bipolar I or bipolar II disorder.
Researchers examined how sleep, epilepsy, and pregnancy influence each other.
To evaluate whether patients with isolated dystonia are at an increased risk for suicidal behavior, researchers administered an anonymous electronic survey.
In a prospective cohort study, researchers assessed whether adverse childhood experiences may increase the risk for multiple sclerosis in women.
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