Dr. Pamela Pappas
Psychiatry
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Mania w/psychotic features is part of bipolar disorder.
Presents with rapid [sometimes unintelligible] speech; grandiose delusions of unlimited wealth or power; excitement; irritability; increased energy; can hallucinate. Treatment: antipsychotic agents such as seroquel, (quetiapine) and mood stabilizing medications such as lithium or depakote, etc. See http://www.Webmd.Com/bipolar-disorder/default.Htm.

In brief: Huge essay question

Mania w/psychotic features is part of bipolar disorder.
Presents with rapid [sometimes unintelligible] speech; grandiose delusions of unlimited wealth or power; excitement; irritability; increased energy; can hallucinate. Treatment: antipsychotic agents such as seroquel, (quetiapine) and mood stabilizing medications such as lithium or depakote, etc. See http://www.Webmd.Com/bipolar-disorder/default.Htm.
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Dr. Emad Tadros
Psychiatry

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Illicit drugs, hyperthyroidism, antidepressants induce mania that is very active brain with extreme grandiosity, hyperligious, unduely suspecious than anything else.
Rarely hear voices or see things if any. They reufse treatment despite other being quite uncomfortable around them. It cannot be just some accusatory people, but it has to be everyone around them to the point of getting arrested.

In brief: Check with an MD

Illicit drugs, hyperthyroidism, antidepressants induce mania that is very active brain with extreme grandiosity, hyperligious, unduely suspecious than anything else.
Rarely hear voices or see things if any. They reufse treatment despite other being quite uncomfortable around them. It cannot be just some accusatory people, but it has to be everyone around them to the point of getting arrested.
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