Depresión en pacientes con enfermedades autoinmunes más frecuentes en reumatología

Barguil-Díaz, Ivón Cecilia; Gómez-Mejía, Catherine; Ramírez-González, Julián Andrés; Zapata-Carmona, Sandra Cristina
January 2012
Medicina UPB;ene-jun2012, Vol. 31 Issue 1, p34
Academic Journal
Autoimmune diseases are highly prevalent today. These are diseases that sometimes, for their symptoms, can cause mood disturbances in the patient, with depression being one the most common disorders. Hence the importance of recognizing the frequency of depressive disorder occurring in patients with these diseases and the impact this simultaneous presentation can have on the individual.


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