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Augmentation Strategies in Depression 2000

J. Craig Nelson, MD

Published: February 28, 2000

Article Abstract

Augmentation strategies and combination treatments have become a popular method of treatingrefractory depression, enhancing therapeutic response in partial responders and increasing the likelihoodof more rapid response. The evidence supporting these strategies will be reviewed, their methodsof administration discussed, and the relative advantages and disadvantages considered.

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