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10.08.12

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Diagnosis of Depression in Adolescents Following Traumatic Fracture: A Retrospective Analysis

Alyson L. Kepple, MD; James N. Irvine Jr, MD; and Vishal Madaan, MD

Several studies have reported alarmingly high rates of depression in youth who have experienced various types of traumatic physical injury. Considering the serious and well-documented adverse short- and long-term consequences of depression that is diagnosed in childhood or adolescence, Kepple and colleagues sought to determine if physical injury, specifically traumatic fracture, is associated with an increased risk of depression in this population.

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