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Implications of Cannabis Use on Attention Deficits Associated with Bipolar Disorder

Joseph F. Goldberg, MD
Released: October 7, 2021
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In this eCase, Joseph Goldberg, MD, explores important diagnostic considerations in a patient with bipolar disorder and self-reported complaints of attention and cognitive deficits and a history of cannabis use.

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