Bipolar disorder

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Bipolar disorder
Abbreviations: BD F31
Variations:

Bipolar affective disorder

Category: Bipolar disorder
Parents:

Mental disorder
Affective disorder

Children:
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Bipolar disorder is a mood disorder.


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[edit] Papers

[edit] Structural neuroimaging

[edit] Reviews

  1. Gray matter, white matter, brain, and intracranial volumes in first‐episode bipolar disorder: a meta‐analysis of magnetic resonance imaging studies (2009, meta-analysis)
  2. Magnetic resonance imaging studies in bipolar disorder and schizophrenia: meta-analysis (2009, meta-analysis)
  3. Meta-analysis, database, and meta-regression of 98 structural imaging studies in bipolar disorder (2008, meta-analysis)
  4. MRI study of thalamic volumes in bipolar and unipolar patients and healthy individuals
  5. Neuroimaging data in bipolar disorder: an updated view
  6. The functional neuroanatomy of bipolar disorder: a review of neuroimaging findings (2004)

[edit] Original papers

  1. Anatomical MRI abnormalities in bipolar disorder: do they exist and do they progress?
  2. Cingulate cortex anatomical abnormalities in children and adolescents with bipolar disorder (included in BiND)
  3. Cingulate gyrus volumetry in drug free bipolar patients and patients treated with valproate or valproate and quetiapine (included in BiND)
  4. MRI study of posterior fossa structures and brain ventricles in bipolar patients
  5. Reduced left anterior cingulate volumes in untreated bipolar patients (included in BiND)
  6. Reductions in neuronal and glial density characterize the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex in bipolar disorder
  7. Ventricular and periventricular structural volumes in first-versus multiple-episode bipolar disorder

[edit] Personality genetics

  1. Genome-wide association study of personality traits in bipolar patients
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