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Table 1 Socio-demographic characteristics of 20 elderly inpatients admitted for manic episode.

From: Bipolar disorder in late life: clinical characteristics in a sample of older adults admitted for manic episode

Pt Gender Age Age at onset Polarity of onset First episode First mania Irritability Hallucinations or delusions Mood disorders family history General Medical Conditions Neuroimaging
1 F 71 39 Mix No No Yes Yes Yes Hypertension -
2 F 75 37 Dep No Yes No No Yes - -
3 F 81 17 Dep No Yes No No Yes - Cortical atrophy
4 F 69 18 Dep No No No Yes Yes - -
5 F 76 ? Dep No No No Yes No Infection -
6 F 80 75 Man No No Yes Yes ? - -
7 F 77 67 Mix No No No Yes ? Hypertension Chronic vascular ischemia
8 F 80 79 Man No No No Yes No Hypertension Lacunar infarct
9 M 67 60 Dep No No Yes Yes No Hypertension -
10 M 74 41 Mix No No Yes Yes Yes Obesity Frontal expansive cerebral lesion
11 M 75 17 Mix No No Yes Yes No Epilepsy Increase of cerebrospinal fluid space
12 M 65 57 Dep No No Yes No Yes - -
13 M 67 47 Dep No No Yes Yes No Diabetes Increase of cerebrospinal fluid space
14 M 73 33 Man No No Yes Yes No - -
15 M 71 28 Dep No No Yes No No Diabetes Chronic vascular ischemia
16 M 79 79 Man Yes Yes No No No Ischemic cardiopathy -
17 M 78 74 Dep No Yes No Yes No Hypertension Chronic vascular ischemia
18 F 69 68 Man No No Yes Yes No Hypertension Chronic vascular ischemia
19 F 88 88 Man Yes Yes Yes Yes No Hypertension Chronic vascular ischemia
20 F 65 20 Dep No No Yes Yes No Hypertension -