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Table 3 Primary diagnosesf given by the clinicians when the expert diagnosed bipolar disorder (N = 58)

From: Classification of bipolar disorder in psychiatric hospital. a prospective cohort study

Expert Clinicians
Mania with psychosis F30.2, F31.2 9 Mania with psychosis
F30.2, F31.2
   Hypomania F31.0 1
   Mania without psychosis F31.1 2
   Mania not specified F31.9 1
   Schizophrenia F22 1
Bipolar depression without psychosis F31.4 28 Bipolar depression without psychosis
F31.3, F31.4
   Bipolar depression with psychosis F31.5 1
   Major depression without psychosis F32.0-F32.2, F33.0-F33.2 15
   Depressive episode with psychosis F32.3 1
   Other recurrent affective disorders F38.1 1
   Borderline personality disorder F60.3 1
   Substance use disorder F1 3
   Other F43.2, F50.3 3
Bipolar depression with psychosis 14 Bipolar depression without psychosis F31.4 2
   Major depression without psychosis F32.0-32.2, F33.2 3
   Major depression with psychosis F32.3, F33.3 2
   Mania with psychosis F31.2 1
   F30.3 1
   Schizoaffective depression F25.1 1
   Other F19.1, F43.2, Z00.4 4
Bipolar disorder, mixed episode F31.6 5 Bipolar depression
   Major depression F32-33 2
   Dependent personality disorder F60.7 1
   Observatio Z03.2 1
Bipolar disorder in remision F31.7 1 Bipolar depression F31.3 1
Bipolar disorder notspecified 1 Substance induced psychosis F15.5 1
  1. Primary diagnosesf = The diagnosis considered the reason for hospitalization by the expert, and the diagnosis listed first in the discharge letter by the clinician