euthymic

eu·thy·mic

(yū-thī'mik),
Relating to, or characterized by, euthymia.

euthymic

pertaining to a normal mood in which the range of emotions is neither depressed nor highly elevated.

eu·thy·mic

(yū-thī'mik)
Relating to, or characterized by, euthymia.
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Lopez-Jaramillo of the Universidad de Antioquia in Medellin, Colombia, and associates administered a series of cognitive function tests to three groups: 20 patients with bipolar disorder who had been euthymic for at least six months and were not taking medication; 20 patients with bipolar illness, also in remission, who had been on lithium monotherapy at therapeutic blood levels (0.
Cognitive impairment in the euthymic phase of chronic unipolar depression.
On mental status examination, the consultant (MS) found the patient to have a clear sensorium, a euthymic mood and a responsive affect.
The study by Trivedi et al (1) in this issue attempts to compare the cognitive functioning in a group of persons with schizophrenia who are currently clinically stable and on maintenance medication and in euthymic bipolar-I patients.
The researchers conclude that women with histories of depression who are euthymic during antidepressant therapy should be informed that they may have a relapse if they discontinue medication during pregnancy.
1999, Neuropsychological function in euthymic patients with bipolar disorder, British Journal of Psychiatry, 175, 246-251.
Her mood appeared generally euthymic and she reported, "feeling much better," although she admitted that a few things were currently troubling her.
If this phenomenon reflects a personality characteristic, one would expect a chronicity of greater than average variation in mood--even during so-called euthymic periods, as several authors have argued (Depue & Fuhrman, 1987; Depue et al.
Methods: A total of 61 euthymic patients with bipolar disorder and 30 healthy individuals were included in the study.
Neurocognitive Performance in Euthymic Bipolar I Patients With and Without History of Psychosis From a Multimodal Intervention Program: PRISMA
Moreover, these results were comparable to prior studies on BD patients after manic and euthymic episodes [124, 254].