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Book Review

Mood Disorders: Systematic Medication Management

Eran D. Metzger

Published: July 31, 2000

Article Abstract

From our regular book review column.

Two types of psychopharmacology books typically adorn
the shelves of the psychiatrist’s office. There is the heavy, authoritative
textbook and the lighter, faster-access handbook.
The former has all the details, although some of them may be
out of date by the time the formidable tome reaches the bookstore
shelves. Its size makes it more cumbersome to use, and its
price makes it difficult to replace. The latter, usually in paperback
or spiral form, tends to be current, practical, and portable,
but lean on the kind of data needed to practice "evidence-based"

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Volume: 61

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