Any mental disorder whose essential feature is a disturbed mood.
Group of mental illness that are characterized by disturbances in mood (the sustained emotional state that affects one's perception of the world).
A pattern of illness defined by a disturbance of mood (such as profound sadness, apathy, euphoria or irritability), including depression, dysthymia, bipolar affective disorder, mania, hypomania and other disorders.
any number of disorders characterized by depression or bipolar symptoms
a mental disorder characterized by extremes of mood
a mental illness that mainly affects mood, causing depression, mania or both and which inhibits a person's ability to function well
an illness and with the proper treatment, it can be managed so that a person can live a normal-functioning life
an illness of the brain
an illness that involves an abnormal mood
a type of mental disorder characterized by disturbance of normal mood (feeling), such as depression.
A disorder often seen in children that is characterized by a serious degree of sadness or anger or both.
A mental illness associated with a disturbed mood, such as bipolar disorder and major depression.
Any abnormal mood, be it abnormal happiness or sadness, when nothing has happened to justify it.
is a mental illness that mainly affects a person's mood.
Psychological disorders such as depression and bi-polar that involve depression and/or abnormal elation.
a psychological disorder marked by prolonged periods of extreme depression or elation, often unrelated to the person's current situation. (494)
Any of several mental disorders characterized by abnormalities of emotional state and including major depressive disorder, dysthymia, and bipolar disorder. Also called an affective disorder.
a category of mental health problems that includes depressive disorders.
a category of mental health problems which includes depressive disorders.
A mood disorder is a condition whereby the prevailing emotional mood is distorted or inappropriate to the circumstances.