mood disorder


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mood disorder

[′müd dis‚ȯrd·ər]
(psychology)
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All ED visits made by Alberta adolescents aged 10 to 17 years during April 1, 2002 and March 31, 2011, where the first diagnosis field had diagnostic codes for a mood disorder (F30.
I'm president of Mind, and the whole point in my role, as I see it, is not to be shy and forthcoming about the morbidity and genuine nature of the likelihood of death amongst people with certain mood disorders.
The authors bravely and lovingly present a remarkable series of personal portraits and telling profiles in the final chapter, sharing the stories and experiences of men and women who each live with various mood disorders and mental health challenges.
Modelled on Cardiff University's Bipolar Disorder Research Network, the Japanese group will also bring together policy makers and patients interested in gaining greater understanding, treating and changing attitudes towards mood disorders.
An association between vitamin D deficiency and many mood disorders has been suggested in several studies.
The most important consideration is close monitoring by a physician familiar with mood disorder.
No one is immune to mood disorders, whether a top performer or a straggling dance student.
Lithium appears to produce the best responses in patients who have mood swings, a tendency to have intermittent bouts of illness, or a family history of mood disorder.
Among mood disorder patients, in any setting, there is a very strong association between suicidal acts and mood state," said Dr.
Washington, June 18 ( ANI ): A new research found that every third person who is diagnosed for the first time with a mood disorder has been admitted to hospital with an infection prior to the diagnosis
The in-depth assessments will enable Walden to provide patients and their families with specific measures of the severity of each patient's mood disorder, which will be used as a benchmark to mark progress toward recovery and for quality improvement.