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Bravely enter territory that academia has largely neglected—the nebulous region between full bipolar disorder and major depression.

Useful information about mood disorders in 3 key areas—bipolar disorder, comorbid ADHD and depression, and suicide risk.

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

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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.

Has DSM-5 made diagnosis of bipolar disorder more difficult? Answers to this and 5 other questions.

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A 20-year-old college sophomore with “depression and anxiety,” who is exercising ferociously and who is literally dying to lose more weight sets the stage.

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Personality disorders are arguably the most challenging for psychiatrists because they are difficult to diagnose and frequently coexist with psychotic, affective, and anxiety disorders.

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