Follow-up 15 years after a geronto-psychiatric prevalence study. Conditions concerning death, cause of death, and life expectancy in relation to psychiatric diagnosis.

Abstract

In relation to a follow-up 15 years after a geronto-psychiatric prevalence investigation of the population aged 65+ in a rural population, analysis has been made of the type of death certificate, residence at time of death, place of death, cause of death and life-expectancy in relation to psychiatric diagnoses prevalent in 1961.

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@article{Nielsen1977Followup1Y, title={Follow-up 15 years after a geronto-psychiatric prevalence study. Conditions concerning death, cause of death, and life expectancy in relation to psychiatric diagnosis.}, author={Jason . Nielsen and Akira Homma and T Biorn-Henriksen}, journal={Journal of gerontology}, year={1977}, volume={32 5}, pages={554-61} }