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Chapter 3. Bipolar and Related Disorders

DOI: 10.1176/appi.books.9781585624836.422936
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Bipolar disorder features a distinct period of mania or hypomania. For example, a patient might develop a relatively acute onset of euphoria, diminished need for sleep, grandiosity, pressured speech, racing thoughts, and a variety of behavioral indiscretions. Absent complicating factors, such a patient would likely be readily identified as having a manic episode as part of a DSM-5 bipolar I disorder.

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