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Rapid cycling affective disorder: a descriptive study from North India.

A series of 33 (4.29%) cases of rapid cycling affective disorder (RCAD ICD-10-DCR) out of a pool of 770 consecutive cases of ICD-10 affective disorder (AD) was collected over a period of 5 years. All cases of RCAD belonged to bipolar affective disorder. RCAD when compared with non-rapid cycling bipolar affective disorder ( BPAD) revealed a significantly longer mean duration of illness, greater number of total episodes, greater number of hospitalizations and stronger family loading of bipolar affective disorder. These findings implicate RCAD as a severe form of bipolar affective disorder.[1]


  1. Rapid cycling affective disorder: a descriptive study from North India. Avasthi, A., Sharma, A., Malhotra, S., Gupta, N., Kulhara, P., Malhotra, S. Journal of affective disorders. (1999) [Pubmed]
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