Prevalence of depression after stroke: the Perth Community Stroke Study.

@article{Burvill1995PrevalenceOD,
  title={Prevalence of depression after stroke: the Perth Community Stroke Study.},
  author={Peter Burvill and Gregory A. Johnson and Konrad Jamrozik and Craig S Anderson and EdwardG. Stewart-Wynne and T. M. H. Chakera},
  journal={The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science},
  year={1995},
  volume={166 3},
  pages={
          320-7
        }
}
BACKGROUND The Perth Community Stroke Study (PCSS) was a population-based study of the incidence, cause, and outcome of acute stroke. METHOD Subjects from the study were assessed initially, by examination and interview, and at four- and 12-month follow-ups to determine differences in prevalence of depression between the sexes and between patients with first-ever and recurrent strokes. RESULTS The prevalence of depressive illness four months after stroke in 294 patients from the PCSS was 23… CONTINUE READING
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