In addition, VRAYLAR (cariprazine) is approved in the US to treat manic or mixed episodes associated with bipolar I disorder
LATUDA is indicated for monotherapy treatment of adult and pediatric patients (10 to 17 years) with major depressive episode associated with bipolar I disorder
(bipolar depression) and adjunctive treatment with lithium or valproate In adult patients with bipolar depression.
 Because of psychotic symptoms, 31% of patients with bipolar I disorder
were mistakenly diagnosed as having other disorders with obvious psychotic symptoms such as schizophrenia or substance use induced psychotic disorders. The reason for this may be related to clinical practitioners who believe that Schneider's first rank symptoms are specific symptoms of schizophrenia. Patients with bipolar II disorder were usually misdiagnosed as having unipolar depression. The reason might be related to the disease characteristics of bipolar disorder.
Sociodemographic and clinical features of patients with bipolar I disorder
in Turkey-HOME study.
Screening for obstructive sleep apnea in patients with bipolar I disorder
: comparison between subjective and objective measures.
About 10% of women had a bipolar disorder diagnosis, including 19 with bipolar I disorder
, 10 with bipolar II disorder, and 5 with bipolar not otherwise specified.
(2008) Sequencing of substance use and affective morbidity in 166 first-episode bipolar I disorder
The classic form of bipolar disorder, which involves recurrent episodes of mania and depression, is called bipolar I disorder
. Some people, however, never develop severe mania but instead experience milder episodes, called hypomania, that alternate with depression; this form of the illness is called bipolar II disorder.
To diagnose bipolar I disorder
in adolescents, adult criteria (DSM-IV) are used except that (NICE Guidelines, 2006):
Mother-of-two Catherine has bipolar II disorder, a less severe form of bipolar I disorder
which involves mood swings between depression and a kind of manic elation.
* An ongoing study exploring the genetic roots of bipolar disease is seeking individuals who have experienced the severe form of mania (bipolar I disorder
) and are willing to be interviewed and donate a blood sample.
They found, consistent with previous research, that roughly 1% of ECA respondents met criteria for bipolar I disorder
and another 0.5% for bipolar II disorder.