The diagnosis and treatment of late-life depression
Depression in the elderly occurs commonly and is a major public health problem. Unfortunately, despite the availability of safe and effective treatments, late-life depression is often underdiagnosed because the symptoms are unrecognized by the patient and the health care provider. Late-life depression is described in this review, with a focus on symptoms, prevalence, diagnosis, and available treatment modalities.
Anthony J. Rothschild. "The diagnosis and treatment of late-life depression" The Journal of clinical psychiatry 57 Suppl 5 (1996).
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