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Comorbidity In Psychiatry

Comorbidity In Psychiatry

What are the facts regarding co-occurring depression and ADHD?

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Some of the most common challenges include the diagnosis of a mood disorder, especially a bipolar disorder, and the assessment and management of comorbidities and suicidalities in patients with a mood disorder. Here's an overview.

Insights from the first study of mortality and cumulative psychotropic exposure in schizophrenia.

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Potential risk factors related to comorbid ADHD and depression, strategies for proper diagnosis, and treatment approaches.

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Broaching the subject of changing behaviors can be daunting. Motivational interviewing may make these conversations easier.

Overlap of different phenotypic expressions in psychiatric disorders.

What is the clinical response to the occasional presence of psychotic symptoms among patients with eating disorders?

The involvement of a psychiatrist early in the care of patients addicted to opioids may prevent further abuse. Here's why.

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