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Prospective cohort study.
Follow up period:
Up to 24 months (median 94.5 weeks).
Systematic Treatment Enhancement Program for Bipolar Disorder, multiple centres, USA; time period not stated.
858 people aged 15 years or older with DSM-IV bipolar disorder, who were symptomatic at study entry (⩾3 clinically significant symptoms at study entry or over the preceding 8 weeks) and recovered (⩽2 clinically significant symptoms for at least 8 weeks) during the 2 year follow up period.
Residual mood symptoms (clinically significant or subsyndromal) at recovery; axis I comorbidity (DSM-IV); prior number of episodes. Cox regression models were used to assess the association …
For correspondence: Dr Roy Perlis, Massachusetts General Hospital, ACC 812, 15 Parkman Street, Boston, MA 02114, USA;
Sources of funding: NIMH grant (N01 MH-80001) and NIMH K23 Career Development Award for Dr Perlis (K23 MH-06706).
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