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Articles

The Road to Recovery in Panic Disorder: Response, Remission, and Relapse

M. Katherine Shear, M.D.; Duncan Clark, M.D., Ph.D.; and Ulrika Feske, Ph.D.

Published: February 1, 1998

Article Abstract

A standard set of definitions and criteria for the terms commonly used in panic disorder research isrequired to aid clinicians in their management of patients with panic disorder. Furthermore, the use ofa simple, psychometrically sound assessment procedure such as the Panic Disorder Severity Scale,which considers all of the essential domains of panic disorder, will provide clinicians with an appropriateinstrument for diagnosing and monitoring patients. The use of this more comprehensive scalefor monitoring patients should alert clinicians to the reemergence of associated symptoms of panicdisorder and allow for the rapid modification of treatment. By responding quickly to the recurrence ofsymptoms, a full relapse may be prevented.


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Volume: 59

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