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Diary From the Front Lines

A Look at Neuropsychiatric Issues in Everyday Practice

Christian G. Wolff, MD

Published: February 1, 1999

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Today, MJ, a 45-year-old woman, returns for follow-up of her pyelonephritis
diagnosed during work-in clinic on Saturday morning. Her back feels much
better, and, on a side note, she continues to be free of the headaches that had
plagued her for 10 years. Since she started valproate, both her headaches and
her hypomanic irritable mood have vanished.

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