Differences Between Early and Late Onset Adult Depression

@inproceedings{Bukh2011DifferencesBE,
  title={Differences Between Early and Late Onset Adult Depression},
  author={Jens O Drachmann Bukh and Camilla Bock and Maj Vinberg and Ulrik Gether and Lars Vedel Kessing},
  booktitle={Clinical practice and epidemiology in mental health : CP & EMH},
  year={2011}
}
BACKGROUND It is unclear, whether age-of-onset identifies subgroups of depression. AIM To assess the clinical presentation of depression with onset in the early adult age (18-30 years) as compared to depression with later onset (31-70 years). METHOD A total number of 301 patients with first episode depression were systematically recruited. Characteristics including psychiatric co-morbidity, personality disorders and traits, stressful life events prior to onset, family history, and treatment… CONTINUE READING

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