Depression, menopause and estrogens: is there a correlation?

Abstract

Women have a higher incidence of depression than men. The lifetime incidence of endogenous depression in women is twice the incidence in males. Because depression in the elderly is an important public health concern, an eventual correlation between menopause and depression is of practical importance. The relevant literature is reviewed. There are suggestive… (More)

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