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Mixed mania followed by a short duration of corticosteroid administration in a patient with peripheral facial palsy: a case report

Hakan Balıbey, Halit Yaşar, Hakan Tekeli.

Abstract
Corticosteroids are routinely used in the treatment of peripheric facial palsy. Affective symptoms have been reported as a possible side effect due to use of corticosteroids. After corticosteroid use psychiatric symptoms are often seen in the first weeks. More than half of them are seen in the first two weeks. It is declared that euphoria and hypomania are the most common side effect of short-term steroid therapy and in chronic use depression is observed more than mania. Lithium and olanzapin are used effectively in the management of psychosis related with the use of corticosteroids. Clinical aspects and response to olanzapin and lithium treatment has been discussed in a patient with peripheric facial palsy, who developed mixed mania due to the short term use of corticosteroid.

Key words: peripheric facial palsy, corticosteroid, mixed mania, olanzapin, lithium


 
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Hakan Balıbey, Halit Yaşar, Hakan Tekeli. [Mixed mania followed by a short duration of corticosteroid administration in a patient with peripheral facial palsy: a case report]. PBS. 0; 0(0): -. Turkish. doi:10.5455/jmood.20120308052730


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Hakan Balıbey, Halit Yaşar, Hakan Tekeli. "[Mixed mania followed by a short duration of corticosteroid administration in a patient with peripheral facial palsy: a case report]." Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences 0 (0), -. Turkish. doi:10.5455/jmood.20120308052730



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Hakan Balıbey, Halit Yaşar, Hakan Tekeli. "[Mixed mania followed by a short duration of corticosteroid administration in a patient with peripheral facial palsy: a case report]." Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences 0.0 (0), -. Print.Turkish. doi:10.5455/jmood.20120308052730



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Hakan Balıbey, Halit Yaşar, Hakan Tekeli (0) [Mixed mania followed by a short duration of corticosteroid administration in a patient with peripheral facial palsy: a case report]. Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences, 0 (0), -. Turkish. doi:10.5455/jmood.20120308052730