V I Tsarytsyns'kyĭ

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Preponderance in depression of the melancholy affect was characterized by a drop in the level of norepinephrine (NE) and rise in epinephrine (E). Exposure to light was associated with fall in E, with no change recordable in NE. In anxious depression, following light therapy, high levels of excretion of both catecholamines tended to return to normal. Ligh(More)
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