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Manic Depressive Disorder

Clinical Definition Manic depression, known clinically as bipolar disorder, is a major mood disorder marked by episodes of depression, mixed episodes or mania. Symptoms vary but may include depressive symptoms as well as episodes with exaggerated assessment of self-importance, insomnia, pressured speech, impaired judgment, and engaging in risky activities. The disorder is managed with medication

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