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2018 Month : February Volume : 7 Issue : 9 Page : 1075-1081

A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON THE PSYCHOSOCIAL AND TREATMENT FACTORS IN FREQUENCY OF EPISODES IN BIPOLAR AFFECTIVE DISORDER.

Muhammad Issudeen1, P. G. Saji2

1Junior Medical Consultant, Department of Psychiatry, Government Mental Health Centre, Kozhikode, Kerala.
2Additional Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Government Medical College, Kottayam, Kerala.

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