The Impact of Residual Symptoms in Major Depression
AbstractThe current definition of remission from major depressive disorder does not fully take into account all aspects of patient recovery. Residual symptoms of depression are very common in patients who are classified as being in remission. Patients with residual symptoms are at increased risk of functional and interpersonal impairments, and are at high risk for recurrence of depression. This article discusses the incidence of residual symptoms of depression, as well as the risks and consequences of these symptoms, and will review the state of current treatment. View Full-Text
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Israel, J.A. The Impact of Residual Symptoms in Major Depression. Pharmaceuticals 2010, 3, 2426-2440.
Israel JA. The Impact of Residual Symptoms in Major Depression. Pharmaceuticals. 2010; 3(8):2426-2440.Chicago/Turabian Style
Israel, Joshua A. 2010. "The Impact of Residual Symptoms in Major Depression." Pharmaceuticals 3, no. 8: 2426-2440.