Practitioner 2009;253(1716):10

Depression in older patients has a poor prognosis

29 Mar 2009Pais-up subscribers

The authors suggest that the poor prognosis can be linked to inadequate treatment. It is well recognised that only a small proportion of older patients with depression receive treatment, either because of the attitude of the patient and/or doctor or diagnostic difficulties.

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