depression

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depression

noun debasement, decline, deflation, depreciation, despondence, despondency, dispiritedness, dolefulness, economic decline, gloom, lowering, lowness, maeror, sinking, slump
Associated concepts: economic depression
See also: anguish, curtailment, decrease, distress, pessimism, prostration
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Many clinical trials of antidepressants for unipolar depression conducted to date may have included a substantial proportion of patients with clinically significant bipolarity.
Another study on patients with unipolar depression found a prevalence of MS to be 50 per cent and associated with female gender (22).
A diagnosis of bipolar disorder can be assisted by asking about symptoms of mania or hypomania in every patient presenting with symptoms of depression, recognising mixed states in which manic and depressive symptoms occur simultaneously, and identifying the features of bipolar depression that distinguish it from unipolar depression.
The results show that pregnant women with a history of bipolar disorder or unipolar depression are "ticking time bombs" for the development of peripartum or postpartum depression, Dr.
As shown in the t able, alcohol dependence was twice as likely to co-occur in people with bipolar spectrum disorders than in those with unipolar depression (i.
They are extensions of treatments developed for unipolar depression and chronic and severe disorders.
Coping, stress and social resources among adults with unipolar depression.
Epidemiological studies in Western culture consistently report a higher rate of unipolar depression for females than males (e.
Severe depression that occurs without mania is usually referred to as unipolar depression, clinical depression, major depression or, sometimes, the classic term, melancholia.
com/research/m68sbj/global_unipolar) has announced the addition of the "Global Unipolar Depression Epidemiology and Patient Flow Analysis - 2012" report to their offering.