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Using Measurement Strategies to Identify and Monitor Residual Symptoms

Research Summary | December 14, 2015

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Key Messages Many patients treated for major depressive disorder (MDD) continue to have residual symptoms after acute treatment with pharmacotherapy. Cognitive dysfunction, which plays an important role in functional outcome, is one of the most common residual symptoms in MDD. Patients with residual symptoms may need additional treatment interventions such as switching to another antidepressant,…

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