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These findings show that there currently is no specific pharmacological treatment that has been effective in treating minor depressive disorder.
Geller's previous work with colleagues from the New York State Psychiatric Institute, New York, has also identified a 2 1/2 times greater risk of major depressive disorder (JAMA 277[5]:383-88, 1997) and a 5 times greater risk of minor depressive disorder (in press in the journal of Affective Disorders) among women who miscarried, relative to a community cohort.
During the 6 months after their hip fracture, 30 patients (38%) developed a major or minor depressive disorder.