Pain and Depression: A Systematic Review

@article{Ishak2018PainAD,
  title={Pain and Depression: A Systematic Review},
  author={W. Ishak and R. Wen and Lancer Naghdechi and Brigitte C Vanle and J. Dang and Michelle Knosp and Julieta Dascal and L. Marcia and Y. Gohar and Lidia Eskander and Justin Yadegar and S. Hanna and Antonious Sadek and Leslie Aguilar-Hernandez and I. Danovitch and C. Louy},
  journal={Harvard Review of Psychiatry},
  year={2018},
  volume={26},
  pages={352–363}
}
Background Pain comorbid with depression is frequently encountered in clinical settings and often leads to significant impaired functioning. Given the complexity of comorbidities, it is important to address both pain and depressive symptoms when evaluating treatment options. Aim To review studies addressing pain comorbid with depression, and to report the impact of current treatments. Method A systematic search of the literature databases was conducted according to predefined criteria. Two… Expand
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