Depression after stroke.

  title={Depression after stroke.},
  author={A Falcon House},
  journal={British medical journal},
  volume={294 6564},
Stroke has an annual incidence in Britain of about 200 cases for every 100 000 population and a prevalence of about 500 for every 100 000.' Survivors may return to an entirely normal life, but about a third do not achieve functional independence.2 Mood disorder may be a specific complication of stroke,3 and failure to recognise and treat the disorder may be an important unmet need of survivors of stroke.4 

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