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Minor depression: a minor concept?
(Fundación AIGLE, 2015)
This current article provides a theoretical revision of the minor depression concept, in order to elucidate the gap and scope of this diagnosis, not yet known at the present. There is a confusion with it's definition, ...
Assessment of depression in medical patients: a systematic review of the utility of the beck depression inventory-II
(Hospital das Clínicas, Faculty of Medicine, University of São PauloSão Paulo, 2013)
To perform a systematic review of the utility of the Beck Depression Inventory for detecting depression in medical settings, this article focuses on the revised version of the scale (Beck Depression Inventory-II), which ...
Depression and Depression Postpartum in Pregnant PatientsAnsiedad y depresión en pacientes embarazadas
(Facultad de Medicina, 2013)
Symptomatic expression of depression among Jewish adolescents: effects of gender and age
(DR DIETRICH STEINKOPFF VERLAG, 2008)
Background Depression symptomatology was assessed with the Beck Depression Inventory (BDI) in a sample of Jewish adolescents, in order to compare the frequency and severity of depression with non-Jewish adolescents as well ...
Depression in patients with refractory temporal lobe epilepsy
(Assoc Arquivos Neuro- PsiquiatriaSao Paulo SpBrasil, 2011)
Paternal post-partum depression: How has it been assessed? A literature review
The assessment of paternal postpartum depression (PPD) is not part of the standard evaluations despite its relevance. The following study aimed to identify and describe how PPD and/or depressive symptoms in men have been ...
Spatial distribution of individuals with symptoms of depression in a periurban area in Lima: an example from Peru
PURPOSE: To map the geographical distribution and spatial clustering of depressive symptoms cases in an area of Lima, Peru. METHODS: Presence of depressive symptoms suggesting a major depressive episode was assessed using ...
Oxidative stress and depression. A possible etiologic role? Estrés oxidativo y depresión. ¿Un posible rol etiológico?
The depression is one of the more commonly encountered psychiatric disorders of worldwide significance. However, the underlying pathophysiology has not been clearly defined. A possible etiologic role can be adjudged to the ...
Characterization of depressed mothers in the postpartum Caracterización de madres deprimidas en el posparto
(Sociedad Medica de Santiago, 2010)
Background: Postpartum depression (PPD) is a mood disorder that occurs during a specific period of women's lifetime: Puerperium. The prevalence of PPD ranges from 8% to 30%, and a three-fold increase is seen in emerging ...