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CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS IDENTIFYING BRAIN ATROPHY IN OLDER PATIENTS WITH BIPOLAR DISORDER

Clinical characteristics that may identify bipolar patients at high risk for developing brain atrophy in late life remain undiscovered. Forty-four bipolar I patients aged beyond 60 years were recruited in this study. Thirty-three of them had brain atrophy on structural magnetic resonance imaging at 1.5 T. The positive history of rapid cycling and lower hemoglobin levels during affective episodes provided the greatest predictive validity for brain atrophy.

The article was published by
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Journal of Experimental and Clinical Medicine
Volume / Volumen: 5
Number / Número: 3
First and last pages / Páginas inicial-final: 101-103
Year / Año: 2013
Month / Mes: june


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Principal institution where the research took place
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Taipei Medical University Hospital, Taipei, Taipei, Taiwan


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Pao-Huan Chen was invited by SIIC on
Pao-Huan Chen fue invitado por SIIC el
2013, august 29
  The authors' report was accepted on
La crónica del autor fue aprobada el
2021, march 9
The authors' report was accepted on
La crónica del autor fue aprobada el
2021, march 9
Published in siicsalud
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2021, june 7





The article is strictly related to the following sections of siicsalud
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Geriatrics
/ Geriatría
 
Mental Health
/ Salud Mental
 

and secondarily related to the following sections

y secundariamente con las siguientes secciones

Primary Care
Atención Primaria

Imaging Diagnosis
Diagnóstico por Imágenes

Haematology
Hematología

Inmunology
Inmunología

Family Medicine
Medicina Familiar

Internal Medicine
Medicina Interna

Neurology
Neurología

Nutrition
Nutrición

Public Health
Salud Pública

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Rapid Cycling and Lower Hemoglobin in Elderly Bipolar Patients With Brain Atrophy


Author / Autor
Pao-Huan Chen1, Shang-Ying Tsai2, Jung-Lung Hsu3, Hui-Wen Lin4, Shou-Hung Huang5, Kuo-Hsuan Chung6

6 Doctor, Department Of Psychiatry And Psychiatric Research Center , Taipei Medical University Hospital, Taipei, Taiwan


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