The CANMAT Task Force Recommendations For The Management Of Patients With Mood Disorders & Comorbid Medical Conditions: Diagnostic, Assessment, & Treatment Principles
Research Summary | June 6, 2017
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Key Messages This review article examined evidence that supports a bidirectional relationship between medical illness and mood disorders. This relationship involves a complex interplay of shared and specific etiological factors, the exact nature of which may vary between individual patients. Heightened stress responses in particular may be a key shared etiological factor in the comorbidity…
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