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(Antisocial disorder)
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  • Does the course of manic symptoms in pediatric bipolar disorder impact the course of conduct disorder? Findings from four prospective datasets. [Journal Article]
  • JAJ Affect Disord 2018 May 24; 238:244-249
  • Biederman J, Fitzgerald M, … Wozniak J
  • CONCLUSIONS: Our inferences were derived from the examination of naturalistic longitudinal follow-up data and not results of a clinical trial.Results indicate that remission of manic symptoms at the adolescent follow up in youth with BP-I disorder were associated with a significant decrease in rates of CD/ASPD. These results suggest that targeting manic symptoms in youth with BP-I disorder could mitigate the course of CD/ASPD in youth. Considering the high morbidity and disability associated CD/ASPD in youth and the limited treatment options available to address it, if replicated, these findings would have very important clinical and public health significance.
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