Monthly Archives: April 2016

Mixed Depression May Be More Common Than Previously Thought

Mixed states are characterized by concurrent manic and depressive symptoms. The concept of a “with mixed features” specifier for major depressive episodes was introduced in DSM-5 and defined by the presence of at least three nonoverlapping opposite-pole symptoms in the context … Continue reading

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