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Publication : Current psychiatry reports

Staging and neuroprogression in bipolar disorder

Scientific Fields
Diseases
Organisms
Applications
Technique

Published in Current psychiatry reports - 01 Dec 2012

Fries GR, Pfaffenseller B, Stertz L, Paz AV, Dargél AA, Kunz M, Kapczinski F

Link to Pubmed [PMID] – 23090632

Curr Psychiatry Rep 2012 Dec;14(6):667-75

The apparently progressive nature of a considerable proportion of cases of bipolar disorder (BD) has been acknowledged in recently proposed clinical staging models. This has been part of an attempt to facilitate and refine diagnosis, treatment selection, and establish a prognosis. The study of the progressive nature of some cases of BD has given raise to the hypothesis of neuroprogression, which postulates that different stages of BD are associated with distinct neurobiological underpinnings. Given that BD may be intimately associated with chronic stress response and coping mechanisms over the course of illness, we propose that cellular resilience mechanisms may play a key role in the neuroprogression in BD. In the present study, we review neuroanatomical evidence of the progression that occurs in many cases of BD, as well as cellular resilience mechanisms and peripheral biomarkers associated with distinct stages of this disorder. In summary, cellular resilience mechanisms seem to be less efficient at later stages of BD, especially mitochondrial and endoplasmic reticulum-related responses to stress. These insights may help in developing staging models of BD, with a special emphasis on the search for biomarkers associated with illness progression.

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23090632