Gender differences in outcome at 2-year follow-up of treated bipolar and depressed alcoholics.
AffiliationDepartment of Addiction Psychiatry, Trinity College Dublin, St. Patrick's University Hospital, Dublin 8, Ireland. firstname.lastname@example.org
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders
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CitationGender differences in outcome at 2-year follow-up of treated bipolar and depressed alcoholics. 2011, 72 (5):872-80 J Stud Alcohol Drugs
JournalJournal of studies on alcohol and drugs
AbstractAlcohol dependence and affective disorders are significant health problems, and their co-occurrence is mutually detrimental. There are few long-term studies on the impact of treatment on the prognosis of these comorbid disorders. We wished to study if the impact of effective inpatient integrated treatment for these co-occurring disorders was maintained 2 years after discharge from the hospital.
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