Demographic variables and clinical variables were collected and analyzed in this study. Demographic variables included: age (years), education (years), sex, address (urban/rural), and marriage (%). Clinical variables included: latency between first psychiatric symptoms and bipolar diagnosis (years), first psychiatric symptom onset age (years), inpatient length of stay (first admission), age at confirmed bipolar diagnosis (years), family psychiatric history, suspected precipitating event for first episode (yes/no), psychotic symptoms (yes/no), average return visit time (months), the number of patients seen at return visit (12, 18, 24 months), relapse episodes during 6 months intervals (12, 18, 24 months).

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