Academic Highlights: Review of the Pharmacologic Management of Depression.[CME]
J Clin Psychiatry 2006;67:478-489
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Michael E. Thase, M.D., began his
presentation by stating that remission
can be defined as a virtually complete
relief of symptoms; that is, a level of
symptoms basically indistinguishable
from that of someone who has never
been depressed. In depression, remission
is usually understood to mean the
optimal level of improvement for the
acute phase treatment of an episode
of major depressive disorder. Being in
remission means that the individual
has been able to return to a normal
level of social functioning.