secondary depression

secondary depression

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A small, low-adjoining area covered by a larger or primary low. It appears as a satellite. The isobars may not show a closed center in a secondary depression.
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Apparently, most symptoms of depression may be a consequence of involvement of white matter tracts, which can potentially lead to criterion contamination for the diagnosis of secondary depression.4
Winokur, "The concept of secondary depression and its relationship to comorbidity, " Psychiatric Clinics of North America, vol.
Even physicians with no psychiatric training might not have the full repertoire of knowledge needed to systematically rule out secondary depression.
In Figure 2, [y.sub.i] indicates a secondary depression or anxiety diagnosis, and the [d.sub.i]'s represent dummy variables indicating the nursing ratio bracket of the hospital of the ith admission and the year 2006.
The incidence of secondary depression and substance abuse disorders is substantially higher in adolescents with untreated anxiety disorders.
In this regard, "secondary depression" is the most prevalent psychiatric disorder due to a general medical condition that is diagnosed in patients with primary neurologic, oncologic, autoimmune, infectious, and painful diseases (2).
(9) Lesion and imaging studies have suggested that frontal lobe dysfunction, particularly in the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex (DLPFC), is pathophysiologically linked to primary and secondary depression. (1,10,11) The findings from neuroimaging and pathological studies have also demonstrated frontal lobe involvement in AD patients who suffer from agitation.
This underscored the notion that adolescence is the most vulnerable period for the onset of SAD, and would be the logical focus of early intervention efforts aimed at reducing its burden and preventing secondary depression, according to Dr.
For example, if alcoholism were the primary disorder and depression occurred as a result of it, relatives of alcoholics would be expected to have an increased risk of alcoholism with secondary depression but not of depression alone.
[YES] Causes of secondary depression include medical illnesses and drugs like steroids, benzodiazepines, and alcohol.
Phlo has developed its cognition biotechnology into a personal performance preparation which creates great focus and mental alertness without the secondary depression associated with the intake of stimulants.
Medical experts believe that, where OCD is the primary problem, it is quite common to get secondary depression.