Phenelzine v imipramine in atypical depression. A preliminary report.

@article{Liebowitz1984PhenelzineVI,
  title={Phenelzine v imipramine in atypical depression. A preliminary report.},
  author={Michael R. Liebowitz and Frederic M. Quitkin and Jonathan W. Stewart and Patrick J. McGrath and Wilma M Harrison and Judith Godwin Rabkin and E Tricamo and Jeffrey S. Markowitz and Donald F. Klein},
  journal={Archives of general psychiatry},
  year={1984},
  volume={41 7},
  pages={669-77}
}
Sixty patients meeting specific criteria for atypical depression completed six weeks of double-blind, randomly assigned treatment with phenelzine sulfate, imipramine hydrochloride, or placebo. The overall response rates were 67% with phenelzine, 43% with imipramine, and 29% with placebo. At week 6, phenelzine was superior to placebo on many measures, while the superiority of imipramine to placebo was confined to several variables. Phenelzine was superior to imipramine on the interpersonal… CONTINUE READING

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