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Conclusions. Bipolar Disorder: Origin, Recognition, and Treatment

A. John Rush, MD

Published: May 1, 2003

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It is evident from the articles presented in this supplementto The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry that bipolar disorder is the result of a complex interaction of genetic,medical, environmental, and social factors. Further researchis required to determine the exact origins of bipolardisorder. A need also remains for further clinical researchthat will lead to improvements in the early, accurate diagnosisand effective treatment of this disease.’ ‹

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