The Practitioner 2008;252(1703):17

Depression associated with disability in older patients

01 Feb 2008Pais-up subscribers

There are two possible conclusions. Either the DSM-IV fails to identify a large proportion of elderly patients with depression, or depression is much less common in the elderly than generally believed and is overdiagnosed by GMS-AGECAT.

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