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DSM-5 TR: Bipolar Disorder

Choose a diagnosis from the DSM-5 TR to research. Diagnosis include Schizophrenia, Bipolar , Major Depressive, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Phobia etc. In the project Include an introduction, diagnosis, symptoms, treatment and what research has or will be done with the illness. This is a research paper and not a state of opinion or self reflective paper.

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Bipolar disorders: a review. (English) By: Price AL; Marzani-Nissen GR, American Family Physician [Am Fam Physician], ISSN: 1532-0650, 2012 Mar 1; Vol. 85 (5), pp. 483-93; PMID: 22534227;
In the project Include and introduction, diagnosis, symptoms, treatment and what research has or will be done with the illness.

Bipolar is one of the most common mental illnesses around the globe and result in a debilitating state for the person afflicted with this condition wherein the patient experiences recurrent mental health conditions that vary in their severity but are always significant and dangerous for the person's mental state. The illness usually is present in late childhood or early adolescence and patients afflicted with this mental health defect have higher incidences of other general medical conditions as well. This summary will focus on the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of this terrible illness as well as explore different variations of current research that are being conducted to combat this illness.

Bipolar symptoms range from manic behavior to depressive behavior and ...

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The expert examines bipolar disorders.

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