Diagnostic and Sex Effects on Limbic Volumes in Early-Onset Bipolar Disorder and Schizophrenia.
What does EOBP stand for?
EOBP stands for Early-Onset Bipolar Disorder
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Early-onset bipolar disorder is characterized by severe irritability and affective storms, which are often violent.
Awareness of the symptoms of early-onset bipolar disorder may lead to appropriate referrals for assessment and treatment, as well as collaborative program planning for children with bipolar disorder.
John Nurnberger, a nationally recognized authority and researcher on the disorder, about warning signs that parents should look for in identifying early-onset bipolar disorder, the lifesaving promise of medication, and the importance of early intervention in rescuing these teens.
Interestingly, these symptoms are also sometimes present among adults with early-onset bipolar disorder.
Patients with early-onset bipolar disorder were hospitalized for mania much more often than those with NOI.
Toll-free assistance will be provided for bipolar patients and their families; new brochures on early-onset bipolar disorder and related topics will complete a set of free literature covering the lifespan of affected patients; and more peer-run support groups -- in-person and virtual -- will be widely available to adolescents, adults, parents and other family members.
The temporal lobes may be enlarged in early-onset bipolar disorder but decreased in early-onset schizophrenia and maybe in autism spectrum disorders.