The Diagnosis and Treatment of Comorbid Bipolar and Substance Use Disorders

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Abstract

Bipolar disorders and substance use disorders frequently co-occur complicating diagnosis and treatment, often resulting in worse outcomes for both disorders. A clinical case is used to illustrate means to differentiate bipolar disorder from substance-induced symptoms, then review evidence-based treatment options for comorbid bipolar and substance use disorders.

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