Importance of retardation and fatigue/interest domains for the diagnosis of major depressive episode after stroke: a four months prospective study.

@article{Terroni2009ImportanceOR,
  title={Importance of retardation and fatigue/interest domains for the diagnosis of major depressive episode after stroke: a four months prospective study.},
  author={Luisa de Marillac Niro Terroni and Ren{\'e}rio Fr{\'a}guas and Mara Cristina de Souza Lucia and Gisela Tinone and Patricia Mattos and Dan V. Iosifescu and Milberto Scaf},
  journal={Revista brasileira de psiquiatria},
  year={2009},
  volume={31 3},
  pages={
          202-7
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Post-stroke major depressive episode is very frequent, but underdiagnosed. Researchers have investigated major depressive episode symptomatology, which may increase its detection. This study was developed to identify the depressive symptoms that better differentiate post-stroke patients with major depressive episode from those without major depressive episode. METHOD We screened 260 consecutive ischemic stroke patients admitted to the neurology clinic of a university hospital… CONTINUE READING

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