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Re: GABAergic hypofunction in psychosis?

Posted by linkadge on August 3, 2021, at 6:27:26

In reply to Re: GABAergic hypofunction in psychosis?, posted by undopaminergic on August 2, 2021, at 9:51:46

>I'm accused of having schizophrenia. Funny that >I'm not accused of having bipolar, even though >there is more evidence for the latter.

Cognition in schizophrenia is usually more impaired (on an ongoing basis) whereas in bipolar impairment usually more state dependent. Although, cognitive issues in bipolar can accumulate over time if symptoms do not remit.

I think (don't quote me) that substance abuse history is more common in bipolar. Substance use can muddle the diagnosis however, depending on the proximity between last drug use and diagnosis.





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