Bipolar Disorder: Clinical and Neurobiological Foundations
J Clin Psychiatry 2011;72(10):1433-1434 [book review]
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Drs Yatham and Maj have edited a comprehensive textbook that covers thestate of the art of what we know about bipolar disorder, entitled Bipolar Disorder: Clinical and Neurobiological Foundations. The textbook is ambitious in that it encompasses a broad area ofsubject matter ranging from epidemiology to clinical care toneurobiology. The textbook opens with 8 chapters, each relatively brief, describing the history of bipolar nomenclature and the general clinical presentation and epidemiology of the condition.