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Brainstorms

The Psychopharmacology of Painful Physical Symptoms in Depression

Stephen M. Stahl

Published: May 12, 2002

Article Abstract

Last month’s BRAINSTORMS explored the pathophysiology and treatment of both the painful physical symptoms and the emotional and vegetative symptoms of depression. Here we illustrate the pathophysiology of the various symptoms of depression.


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