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(Psychiatria polska[TA])
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  • The role of S100B protein as a potential marker in affective disorders. [Review]
  • PPPsychiatr Pol 2016; 50(4):849-857
  • Rajewska-Rager A, Pawlaczyk M
  • CONCLUSIONS: In the previous studies conducted in patients with mood disorders it has been shown that the increased S100B protein serum level occurs both in patients with depression and with mania compared to the patients from control group. The studies were mainly conducted on adult population; there are no studies on children and adolescents with bipolar affective disorder so far. The majority of studies indicated the more important association between the increased S100B protein levels and the occurrence of a depressive episode as well as the regulation of S100B protein level during the effective pharmacological treatment, which can be a potential marker of the efficacy of treatment.
  • Depression with atypical features in various kinds of affective disorders. [Journal Article]
  • PPPsychiatr Pol 2016; 50(4):827-838
  • Buzuk G, Łojko D, … Rybakowski J
  • CONCLUSIONS: The results indicate higher prevalence of symptoms of atypical depression in bipolar disorder compared with recurrent depression and dysthymia. They also suggest the interdependency between the symptoms of atypical depression, bipolar disorder and obesity.
  • Work activity in the process of recovery - an interpretive phenomenological analysis of the experiences of people with a schizophrenia spectrum diagnosis. [Journal Article]
  • PPPsychiatr Pol 2016; 50(4):805-826
  • Pańczak A, Pietkiewicz I
  • CONCLUSIONS: This study finds that patients who lost their jobs due to mental illness should be encouraged to utilize rehabilitation institutions to help them undertake work activity and use previously acquired qualifications or develop new skills. Access to appropriate psychological support should be provided during vocation reorientation and adaptation into new work environments. This helps patients regain a sense of control and purpose, and cope with losing valued social roles. We also highlight the need for further studies into challenges in the workplace and the strategies patients use to cope with them.
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