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Psychiatric comorbidity is frequently seen in bipolar patients and has been a major point of discussion in the literature on bipolar disorder, yet there is very little information about its presence in late-life bipolar disorder. There is only a scattering of studies looking at substance abuse comorbidity, while individual reports (mostly regional or individual hospital-based data) are available for personality disorders, posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and other anxiety disorders. There are no published reports on comorbid eating disorders or attention disorders, which have been found to be significant in surveys of mixed-age bipolar subjects.

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