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What is the difference between manic depression and bipolar depression?

Asked by Harper1234 (523points) 2 weeks ago

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Manic depression is the older term for what is now called bipolar disorder.

Darth_Algar's avatar

What @janbb said. Bipolar depression isn’t really a term that’s used though. It’s bipolar disorder and, yeah, “manic depression” is just an older term for it.

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