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Introduction. The Use of Mood Stabilizers in the Treatment of Psychiatric Disorders

Charles L. Bowden, MD

Published: May 1, 1999

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The symposium that led to the interrelated scientific articles published in this issue accomplished 2 goals that should be of interest and utility to readers of The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. Specific topics in the field of bipolar disorders are addressed with up-to-date information. These include treatment strategies for acute mania, bipolar depression, mood disturbances in schizophrenia, and diagnostic perspectives in the complex area of patients who have concurrent psychotic and mood symptoms.’ ‹’ ‹

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Volume: 60

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