Sex difference in the progression of manic symptoms during acute hospitalization: A prospective pilot study.

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Summary of "Sex difference in the progression of manic symptoms during acute hospitalization: A prospective pilot study."

Acute mania is a serious medical condition that impacts men and women equally. Longtime presentation of manic symptoms is sex-dependent; however, little is known about acute symptoms of mania. The objective of this study is to track and compare acute manic symptoms for sex differences during inpatient hospitalization.


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Name: Brain and behavior
ISSN: 2162-3279
Pages: e01568


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