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Актуальные проблемы диагностики биполярного аффективного расстройства: персонифицированная медицина и модель стадий развития болезни

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Настоящая публикация представляет собой расширенный обзор и анализ основных докладов ведущих экспертов в области биполярного аффективного расстройства (БАР), представленных на XVI Всемирном конгрессе по психиатрии (14-18 сентября 2014 г., Мадрид, Испания) и 27-м Конгрессе Европейской коллегии нейропсихофармакологии (18-21 октября 2014 г., Берлин, Германия) и посвященных двум важным аспектам диагностики БАР на современном этапе: 1) персонифицированной медицине (Sophia Frangou, Eduard Vieta, Thomas Schulze) и 2) концепции стадий заболевания (Flavio Kapczinski, Jan Scott, Fiametta Cosci).

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Алексей Викторович Павличенко
Московский государственный медико-стоматологический университет имени А.И. Евдокимова
Россия


Дарья Александровна Смирнова
Самарский государственный медицинский университет
Россия


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Павличенко А.В., Смирнова Д.А. Актуальные проблемы диагностики биполярного аффективного расстройства: персонифицированная медицина и модель стадий развития болезни. Психиатрия. 2015;(2):75-84.

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