All Relations between Mania and Depression

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F Pett. GABA and mood disorders: a brief review and hypothesis. Journal of affective disorders. vol 34. issue 4. 1996-02-20. PMID:8550953. environmental factors, including stress and excessive alcohol use, may increase gaba, causing symptoms of depression or mania. 1996-02-20 2023-08-12 Not clear
S M Strakowski, E Dunayevich, P E Keck, S L McElro. Affective state dependence of the Tridimensional Personality Questionnaire. Psychiatry research. vol 57. issue 3. 1996-01-17. PMID:7501730. as predicted, changes in harm avoidance scores demonstrated a robust correlation with changes in depression ratings and a less robust association with changes in mania ratings. 1996-01-17 2023-08-12 Not clear
C D Dunigan, A E Shamo. Li+ stimulates ATP-regulated dopamine uptake in PC12 cells. Neuroscience. vol 65. issue 1. 1995-06-21. PMID:7753392. increased levels of dopamine have been associated with schizophrenia and mania; conversely, decreased levels of dopamine are associated with depression. 1995-06-21 2023-08-12 rat
C D Dunigan, A E Shamo. Li+ stimulates ATP-regulated dopamine uptake in PC12 cells. Neuroscience. vol 65. issue 1. 1995-06-21. PMID:7753392. it is suggested that any substance that facilitates dopamine re-uptake could be of great importance in defining a useful treatment for mania and schizophrenia, as well as depression. 1995-06-21 2023-08-12 rat
R S el-Mallakh, R J Wyat. The Na,K-ATPase hypothesis for bipolar illness. Biological psychiatry. vol 37. issue 4. 1995-05-18. PMID:7711160. specifically, a reduction in na,k-atpase activity can lead to both mania and depression by increasing membrane excitability and decreasing neurotransmitter release, respectively. 1995-05-18 2023-08-12 Not clear
A C Swann, P E Stokes, S K Secunda, J W Maas, C L Bowden, N Berman, S H Koslo. Depressive mania versus agitated depression: biogenic amine and hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenocortical function. Biological psychiatry. vol 35. issue 10. 1994-08-30. PMID:7519061. the existence of mixed affective states challenges the idea of specific biological abnormalities in depression and mania. 1994-08-30 2023-08-12 Not clear
D B Greenberg, J Younger, S D Kaufma. Management of lithium in patients with cancer. Psychosomatics. vol 34. issue 5. 1994-04-25. PMID:8140187. this article reviews the management of lithium in patients who require optimum management of cancer and simultaneous prevention of mania or depression in lithium-sensitive affective illness. 1994-04-25 2023-08-12 Not clear
M J Owens, C B Nemerof. Role of serotonin in the pathophysiology of depression: focus on the serotonin transporter. Clinical chemistry. vol 40. issue 2. 1994-03-24. PMID:7508830. in our studies, this reduction in platelet 5-ht transporter binding is not due to prior antidepressant treatment of hypercortisolemia and is not observed in mania, alzheimer disease, schizophrenia, panic disorder, fibromyalgia, or atypical depression. 1994-03-24 2023-08-12 Not clear
F Pett. Plasma concentrations of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) and mood disorders: a blood test for manic depressive disease? Clinical chemistry. vol 40. issue 2. 1994-03-24. PMID:8313610. gamma-aminobutyric acid (gaba), an inhibitory neurotransmitter that serves about one-third of brain neurons, is involved in the development of depression and in the treatment of depression and mania with pharmacological therapy. 1994-03-24 2023-08-12 Not clear
R Năstase, C Bălăiţă, C Iscrulescu, A Petre. The concentration of serum creatine-kinase in manic attacks of primary affective psychoses. Romanian journal of neurology and psychiatry = Revue roumaine de neurologie et psychiatrie. vol 31. issue 2. 1993-12-21. PMID:8217746. data indicated that enzyme concentration can constitute a biological marker for a primary affective disease also showing the differences between the different stages of the disease (mania, hypomania, depression and the symptom-free intervals). 1993-12-21 2023-08-12 human
A C Swann, S K Secunda, M M Katz, J Croughan, C L Bowden, S H Koslow, N Berman, P E Stoke. Specificity of mixed affective states: clinical comparison of dysphoric mania and agitated depression. Journal of affective disorders. vol 28. issue 2. 1993-09-22. PMID:8354772. specificity of mixed affective states: clinical comparison of dysphoric mania and agitated depression. 1993-09-22 2023-08-12 human
D W Brow. Abnormal fluctuations of acetylcholine and serotonin. Medical hypotheses. vol 40. issue 5. 1993-09-14. PMID:8350780. this communication cites evidence which suggests that fluctuations of serotonin might have a causative role in migraine, mania, and depression and that fluctuations of acetylcholine might have a causative role in epilepsy, catalepsy, and kleine-levin attacks. 1993-09-14 2023-08-12 Not clear
A Bulbena, G E Berrio. Cognitive function in the affective disorders: a prospective study. Psychopathology. vol 26. issue 1. 1993-07-15. PMID:8511231. a prospective, controlled study of 50 subjects confirmed claims that major depression or mania may cause temporary disorders of attention, memory, visuo-spatial function, and choice reaction time, and cause-independently of medication-the appearance of glabellar tap, positive hand-face test, nuchocephalic reflex, and graphesthesia. 1993-07-15 2023-08-12 human
D L McMillen, M S Adams, E Wells-Parker, M G Pang, B J Anderso. Personality traits and behaviors of alcohol-impaired drivers: a comparison of first and multiple offenders. Addictive behaviors. vol 17. issue 5. 1992-12-18. PMID:1442235. results indicated that multiple offenders were significantly higher in hostility, sensation seeking, psychopathic deviance, mania, and depression than first offenders. 1992-12-18 2023-08-11 Not clear
J Claghor. A double-blind comparison of paroxetine and placebo in the treatment of depressed outpatients. International clinical psychopharmacology. vol 6 Suppl 4. 1992-12-16. PMID:1431007. a double-blind, placebo-controlled, randomized trial was carried out to compare the efficacy and tolerability of paroxetine in outpatients with moderate to moderately severe depression without mania. 1992-12-16 2023-08-11 Not clear
I Koszewska, S Puzyńsk. [Transition from the depressive stage to the manic stage during the treatment with antidepressive drugs]. Psychiatria polska. vol 25. issue 3-4. 1992-08-26. PMID:1821982. the results point to a role of cholinergic system in pathophysiology of switching out of depression into mania during treatment with antidepressant drug. 1992-08-26 2023-08-11 Not clear
S M Strakowski, G L Faedda, M Tohen, D C Goodwin, A L Stol. Possible affective-state dependence of the Tridimensional Personality Questionnaire in first-episode psychosis. Psychiatry research. vol 41. issue 3. 1992-07-01. PMID:1594708. tpq scores were compared among these states and correlated with two affective symptom subscales: "mania" and "depression." 1992-07-01 2023-08-11 human
M N Marks, A Wieck, S A Checkley, R Kuma. Contribution of psychological and social factors to psychotic and non-psychotic relapse after childbirth in women with previous histories of affective disorder. Journal of affective disorders. vol 24. issue 4. 1992-06-10. PMID:1578081. twelve women developed a psychosis (mania, hypomania or schizomania) and these illnesses occurred only in women with histories of affective or schizoaffective psychosis whereas 10 other women who became depressed after delivery came equally from the women with histories of psychosis (n = 5) as from those with histories of major depression (n = 5). 1992-06-10 2023-08-11 human
L A Labbat. Nicotine cessation, mania, and depression. The American journal of psychiatry. vol 149. issue 5. 1992-06-02. PMID:1514953. nicotine cessation, mania, and depression. 1992-06-02 2023-08-11 Not clear
S Venkataraman, M W Naylor, C A Kin. Mania associated with fluoxetine treatment in adolescents. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. vol 31. issue 2. 1992-05-21. PMID:1564030. apparent risk factors for the development of mania or hypomania during fluoxetine pharmacotherapy in this population were the combination of attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder and affective instability; major depression with psychotic features; a family history of affective disorder, especially bipolar disorder; and a diagnosis of bipolar disorder. 1992-05-21 2023-08-11 Not clear