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    <!-- ICD-10 symptomatic criteria for a mixed affective episode (as in e.g. F06.3, F25, F38.00, F31.6) -->

ICD-10 criteria
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- The ICD-10 Classification of Mental and Behavioural Disorders:
  Clinical descriptions and diagnostic guidelines (CDDG).
  Accessed 2013-05-08.
- The ICD-10 Classification of Mental and Behavioural Disorders:
  Diagnostic Criteria for Research (DCR-10).
  Accessed 2013-05-08.

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<string name="a">A. The episode is characterized by either a mixture or a rapid alternation (i.e. within a few hours) of hypomanic, manic and depressive symptoms.</string>
<string name="b">B. Both manic and depressive symptoms must be prominent most of the time during a period of at least two weeks.</string>