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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 ...
Discriminating Between Bipolar Disorder and Major Depressive Disorder
(W B SAUNDERS, 2016)
Rates of misdiagnosis between major depressive disorder and bipolar disorder have been reported to be substantial, and the consequence of such misdiagnosis is likely to be a delay in achieving effective control of symptoms, ...
Disturbances of embodiment as core phenomena of depression in clinical practice
This paper proposes a phenomenological approach to the diagnosis of depression, with the aim of overcoming the broadness and nonspecificity of the concept of major depressive disorder (MDD) in current systems of diagnostic ...
Anest??sico e efic??cia da eletroconvulsoterapia em pacientes com depress??o maior: revis??o sistem??tica
(Faculdade de Medicina da BahiaUFBAbrasil, 2016-02-01)
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 ...
Depression during pregnancy in women with a medical disorder: risk factors and perinatal outcomes
(Faculdade de Medicina / USP, 2010)
BACKGROUND: Approximately one-fifth of women present depression during pregnancy and puerperium, and almost 13% of pregnant women experience a major depressive disorder. OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to identify ...