Definitions and factors associated with subthreshold depressive conditions: a systematic review

  title={Definitions and factors associated with subthreshold depressive conditions: a systematic review},
  author={Mar Rivas Rodr{\'i}guez and Roberto Nuevo and Somnath Chatterji and Jos{\'e} Lu{\'i}s Ayuso-Mateos},
  booktitle={BMC psychiatry},
BACKGROUND Subthreshold depressive disorders (minor and subthrehold depression) have been defined in a wide range of forms, varying on the number of symptoms and duration required. Disability associated with these conditions has also been reported. Our aim was to review the different definitions and to determine factors associated with these conditions in order to clarify the nosological implications of these disorders. METHODS A Medline search was conducted of the published literature… CONTINUE READING
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