Fifteen years after detention in a juvenile justice facility, about 52.3% of males, and 30.9% of females had at least one or more psychiatric disorder. Among participants who had a disorder at baseline, 64.3% of males and 34.8% of females had a disorder 15 years later. Overall, males had 3.37 times the odds of persisting with a psychiatric disorder 15 years after baseline, compared to females. The prevalence of mood disorders (depression or bipolar disorder) generally decreased from baseline to 15 years, from about 15.8% to 9.9% among males, and from about 21 . . .
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