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Depression With Physical Symptoms: Treating to Remission

Maurizio Fava, M.D.

Published: June 1, 2003

Article Abstract
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Depression is a recurrent, often chronic disease consisting of psychological and physical symptoms that are frequently undiagnosed or inadequately treated. While psychological symptoms have been shown to respond to current antidepressants, physical symptoms may not be as responsive. Treating both psychological and physical symptoms of depression may lead to a higher percentage of patients reaching remission.’ ‹

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Volume: 64

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