Prevalence of Depression in Individuals With Impaired Glucose Metabolism or Undiagnosed Diabetes

  title={Prevalence of Depression in Individuals With Impaired Glucose Metabolism or Undiagnosed Diabetes},
  author={Arie Nouwen and Giesje Nefs and Isabela Caramlau and Martin J. Connock and K Winkley and C. E. Lloyd and Mark F Peyrot and Frans Pouwer},
  booktitle={Diabetes care},
OBJECTIVE Meta-analyses have shown that the risk for depression is elevated in type 2 diabetes. Whether this risk in individuals with impaired glucose metabolism (IGM) or undiagnosed diabetes (UDD) is elevated relative to normal glucose metabolism (NGM) or decreased relative to previously diagnosed type 2 diabetes (PDD) has not been the subject of a systematic review/meta-analysis. This study examined the prevalence of depression in IGM and UDD subjects relative to each other and to NGM and PDD… CONTINUE READING


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