Affiliation: Istanbul University
- Unipolar mania: a distinct disorder?Olcay Yazici
University of Istanbul, Istanbul Medical Faculty Psychiatry Department, Capa, Istanbul, Turkey
J Affect Disord 71:97-103. 2002..This study aimed to identify the differences between unipolar mania and classical bipolar disorder...
- The clinical impact of mood disorder comorbidity on obsessive-compulsive disorderRaşit Tükel
Istanbul Faculty of Medicine, Department of Psychiatry, Istanbul University, Capa Istanbul, Turkey
Eur Arch Psychiatry Clin Neurosci 256:240-5. 2006..On the other hand, bipolar disorder comorbidity may constitute a subgroup which is characterized by a higher rate of episodic course and better insight...
- Controlled lithium discontinuation in bipolar patients with good response to long-term lithium prophylaxisOlcay Yazici
Department of Psychiatry, Istanbul Faculty of Medicine, University of Istanbul, Istanbul 80200, Turkey
J Affect Disord 80:269-71. 2004..This study aims to investigate whether the risk of recurrence following lithium discontinuation is less than reported in discontinuation of a successful, long-term prophylaxis in bipolar patients...
- Impact of obsessive-compulsive disorder comorbidity on the sociodemographic and clinical features of patients with bipolar disorderAhmet Koyuncu
Department of Psychiatry, Bati Bahat Hospital, Istanbul, Turkey
Compr Psychiatry 51:293-7. 2010..In this study, our aim is to determine the prevalence rates of obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) comorbidity and to assess the impact of OCD comorbidity on the sociodemographic and clinical features of patients with bipolar disorder (BD)...
- Human leukocyte antigen alleles in patients with bipolardisorder in TurkeyAlp Ucok
Eur Psychiatry 20:83. 2005
- Affective temperaments in clinically-well subjects in Turkey: initial psychometric data on the TEMPS-ASimavi Vahip
Affective Disorder Unit, Department of Psychiatry, Psikiyatri Anabilim Dali, Tip Fakultesi, Ege University, Bornova 35100, Izmir, Turkey
J Affect Disord 85:113-25. 2005..The questionnaire is a self-report 110-item measure that postulates five affective temperaments-the depressive, cyclothymic, irritable, hyperthymic, and anxious-which embody both strengths and liabilities along affective lines...