Paroxetine but not imipramine improved depression related outcomes in adolescents with DSM-IV major depression.

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Patients 275 adolescents (mean age 15 y, 62% girls) who were medically healthy with a current episode of DSM-IV major depression for >8 weeks. Additional inclusion criteria were a total score of >12 on the Hamilton Depression Rating Scale (HDRS), a score of < 60 on the Children’s Global Assessment Scale, and a score of >80 on the Peabody Picture Vocabulary… (More)

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@article{Hotopf2002ParoxetineBN, title={Paroxetine but not imipramine improved depression related outcomes in adolescents with DSM-IV major depression.}, author={Matthew Hotopf}, journal={Evidence-based mental health}, year={2002}, volume={5 1}, pages={16} }