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Quetiapine of Non-Suicidal Self-Injury Associated With Dysphoric Mania and Ultradian Cycling Bipolar Disorder
Fernanda Novis, M.D.; Adriana Cardoso de Oliveira Silva, M.D.; Antônio E. Nardi, M.D.; Elie Cheniaux, M.D.
The Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences 2013;25:E61-E62. doi:10.1176/appi.neuropsych.12080204
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Location of work: Instituto de Psiquiatria da UFRJ, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.

Laboratório de Transtorno Bipolar Instituto de Psiquiatria da UFRJ (IPUB)
Escola de Ciências Médicas Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro Brazil
Laboratório de Pânico & Respiração Instituto de Psiquiatria, UFRJ
Laboratório de Transtorno Bipolar Instituto de Psiquiatria da UFRJ (IPUB)
Escola de Ciências Médicas Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
Brazil

Laboratório de Transtorno Bipolar Instituto de Psiquiatria da UFRJ (IPUB)
Escola de Ciências Médicas Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro Brazil
Laboratório de Pânico & Respiração Instituto de Psiquiatria, UFRJ
Laboratório de Transtorno Bipolar Instituto de Psiquiatria da UFRJ (IPUB)
Escola de Ciências Médicas Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
Brazil

Laboratório de Transtorno Bipolar Instituto de Psiquiatria da UFRJ (IPUB)
Escola de Ciências Médicas Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro Brazil
Laboratório de Pânico & Respiração Instituto de Psiquiatria, UFRJ
Laboratório de Transtorno Bipolar Instituto de Psiquiatria da UFRJ (IPUB)
Escola de Ciências Médicas Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro
Brazil

Correspondence: Dr. Novis; e-mail: fenovis@yahoo.com.br

Copyright © 2013 American Psychiatric Association

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To the Editor: Non-suicidal self-injury (NSSI) is defined as intentional, direct damage to one’s body tissue without suicidal intent. Although it is often associated with several types of syndromes and mental disorders, such as major depressive disorder, schizophrenia, substance abuse, anxiety disorders, eating disorders, personality disorders, and posttraumatic stress disorder, is not usually related to mania.1

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