Which tool is most useful in diagnosing bipolar disorder in children?
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No single, well-validated screening instrument for clinical diagnosis of bipolar disorder in children exists. That said, the Kiddie Schedule for Affective Disorders and Schizophrenia (KSADS), a semi-structured interview, along with clinical evaluation by a childhood mental health specialist, is used most frequently in major research studies (strength of recommendation [SOR]: C).
Journal of Family Practice, 56(10) 2007: 838-840.
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