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Recognizing and Assessing Risk Factors for Difficult-to-Treat Depression and Treatment-Resistant Depression

Bradley Gaynes, MD, MPH

Published: September 28, 2016

Article Abstract

Many patients will not respond adequately to their initial trial of antidepressant medication or subsequent trials. By identifying features that can signal potential treatment-resistant or difficult-to-treat depression early in the course of illness, clinicians may be able to find the right balance of treatment strategies to help patients achieve remission. Here, follow the case of Alice, a 32-year-old lawyer with a treatment-resistant depressive episode.

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