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New neuroanatomical studies demonstrate abnormalities in brain circuitry and anatomical disconnects between regions of the brain that help to explain the aberrations of emotion and reward processing in bipolar disorder.

Diagnosis and treatment problems for bipolar patients extend well beyond mere mood symptoms. These studies examine who needs care most, who is least likely to get it, and one way to improve adherence to treatment.

New brain biomarker studies hint at an intriguing pathological mechanism for bipolar disorder. This kind of research is just what is needed, judging from recent editorials on the question.

A healthy metabolic profile in the absence of diabetes risk factors does not protect young adult men from incident diabetes associated with overweight and obesity.

Cerebrospinal fluid biomarker assessment could conceivably become a part of routine clinical practice.

The knowledge that a patient is at high or low risk for late seizures has the potential to improve patient care.

Physicians and their practices have a little more breathing room when it comes to meeting the requirements of the EHR incentive program.

Coronary CT angiography is a useful tool in detecting prevalence and type of coronary artery fistulas.

Vulvovaginal atrophy, or atrophic vaginitis, is now being called "genitourinary syndrome of menopause," or GSM, according to experts.

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