Management of depression in patients with coexisting

Nesse, Robert E.; Finlayson, Richard E.
May 1996
American Family Physician;5/1/1996, Vol. 53 Issue 6, p2125
Academic Journal
Presents information on depressive illnesses. Categories of depression; Inclusions of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders; Diagnostic criteria for depression; Diagnostic criteria for dysthymic disorder; Selected medications associated with depression; Suggested dosages and costs of selected antidepressants; Antidepressant affinities for nerotransmitter receptors.


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