Major depression and impaired glucose tolerance.

Abstract

Hypercortisolism is a frequent endocrine sign in major depression and cortisol is a well-known anti-insulinergic hormone. Impaired oral glucose tolerance has already been described in major depression. However, thus far no information is available on spontaneous, circadian insulin secretion in patients. We studied 26 depressed inpatients along with 33 age… (More)

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@article{Weber2000MajorDA, title={Major depression and impaired glucose tolerance.}, author={Bernhard H F Weber and Ullrich Schweiger and Matthias Deuschle and Isabella Heuser}, journal={Experimental and clinical endocrinology & diabetes : official journal, German Society of Endocrinology [and] German Diabetes Association}, year={2000}, volume={108 3}, pages={187-90} }