Predicting depression following mild traumatic brain injury.

@article{Levin2005PredictingDF,
  title={Predicting depression following mild traumatic brain injury.},
  author={Harvey S. Levin and Stephen R. McCauley and Claudia Pedroza Josic and Corwin Boake and Sharon A. Brown and Heather S Goodman and Shirley G Merritt and Susan I. Brundage},
  journal={Archives of general psychiatry},
  year={2005},
  volume={62 5},
  pages={
          523-8
        }
}
CONTEXT Minimizing negative consequences of major depression following traumatic brain injury is an important public health objective. Identifying high-risk patients and referring them for treatment could reduce morbidity and loss of productivity. OBJECTIVE To develop a model for early screening of patients at risk for major depressive episode at 3 months after traumatic brain injury. DESIGN Prediction model using receiver operating characteristic curve. SETTING Level I trauma center in a… CONTINUE READING

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