COBPDChronic Obstructive Broncho-Pulmonary Disease
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Childhood onset bipolar disease (COBPD) is the least commonly diagnosed mental disorder occurring very often among children.
To determine whether a child is suffering from COBPD, parents will be asked to describe the problems, answer questions relating to family history and the child will need to be thoroughly evaluated
Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is the most common childhood psychological disorder and it frequently accompanies COBPD. Children with bipolar disorder generally have five or more of ADHD symptoms such as lack of attention to details, distractibility, difficulty following through on tasks or instructions, motor restlessness, difficulty waiting one's turn, and interrupting or intruding upon others.