euthymic

eu·thy·mic

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

eu·thy·mic

(yū-thī'mik)
Relating to, or characterized by, euthymia.
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She had been euthymic for the last 3 years, receiving weekly psychotherapy and taking lamotrigine, 350 mg/d, lithium ER, 900 mg/d (lithium level: 1.0 mmol/L), lurasidone, 60 mg/d, and clonazepam, 1 mg/d.
Cognitive impairment in euthymic older adults with bipolar disorder: a controlled study using cognitive screening tests.
Serum suPAR levels are found to be lower in patients with BD with acute periods than in patients with euthymic episodes and healthy controls (29).
(39) As a CSF neuroinflammation biomarker, YKL-40 is related with management performance in euthymic bipolar disorder; however, not in control group.
A total of 210 subjects (age range: 18-65 years) consisting of 140 euthymic patients diagnosed with either BD I or BD II according to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders, Fifth Edition (DSM-5) (17) and 70 non-psychiatric control subjects were enrolled in the study.
Cognitive function across manic or hypomanic, depressed, and euthymic states in bipolar disorder.
Emotion regulation strategies can predict task switching abilities in euthymic bipolar patients.
(2-4) Recent studies have reported that 19 to 76% of patients with BPAD suffer from persistent psychosocial impairment during the euthymic phase.
After 5 days of treatment, the patient's psychotic symptoms improved, mood became euthymic and his circadian rhythm normalized.
Also, the systematic review of [sup.1]H MRS findings in bipolar disorder revealed that NAA levels were lower in euthymic bipolar patients in the frontal lobe and hippocampus and Cho/Cr ratios were higher in the basal ganglia of euthymic patients [12].
At the moment of discharge to a special unit for rare diseases, she was euthymic, with proper conduct and without choreiform movements, although she still presented residual symptoms, namely, apathy, cognitive impairment, and overvalued ideas of ruin, conditioning severe limitations in her daily life, which made it impossible to live without continuous support.
Pantelis, "Cognitive endophenotypes of bipolar disorder: a meta-analysis of neuropsychological deficits in euthymic patients and their first-degree relatives," Journal of Affective Disorders, vol.