Psychiatric comorbidity and suicide risk in adolescents with chronic daily headache.

@article{Wang2007PsychiatricCA,
  title={Psychiatric comorbidity and suicide risk in adolescents with chronic daily headache.},
  author={Shuu-Jiun Wang and K D Juang and Jong-Ling Fuh and Shiang-Ru Lu},
  journal={Neurology},
  year={2007},
  volume={68 18},
  pages={1468-73}
}
OBJECTIVES To investigate the prevalence and correlates of comorbid psychiatric disorders and suicidal risk in community-based adolescents with chronic daily headache (CDH). METHODS We identified and recruited 122 adolescents with CDH from a non-referral student sample (n = 7,900). CDH subtypes were classified according to the most updated criteria of the International Classification of Headache Disorders, 2nd edition (ICHD-2). An in-person psychiatric interview was performed with each… CONTINUE READING

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An in - person psychiatric interview was performed with each subject with CDH to assess depressive and anxiety disorders and suicidal risk based on the Mini - International Neuropsychiatric Interview - Kid ( MINI - Kid ) .
An in - person psychiatric interview was performed with each subject with CDH to assess depressive and anxiety disorders and suicidal risk based on the Mini - International Neuropsychiatric Interview - Kid ( MINI - Kid ) .
An in - person psychiatric interview was performed with each subject with CDH to assess depressive and anxiety disorders and suicidal risk based on the Mini - International Neuropsychiatric Interview - Kid ( MINI - Kid ) .
An in - person psychiatric interview was performed with each subject with CDH to assess depressive and anxiety disorders and suicidal risk based on the Mini - International Neuropsychiatric Interview - Kid ( MINI - Kid ) .
Fifty - seven subjects ( 47% ) had > or = 1 assessed psychiatric comorbidity with major depression ( 21% ) and panic disorder ( 19% ) as the two most common diagnoses .
Fifty - seven subjects ( 47% ) had > or = 1 assessed psychiatric comorbidity with major depression ( 21% ) and panic disorder ( 19% ) as the two most common diagnoses .
Fifty - seven subjects ( 47% ) had > or = 1 assessed psychiatric comorbidity with major depression ( 21% ) and panic disorder ( 19% ) as the two most common diagnoses .
Fifty - seven subjects ( 47% ) had > or = 1 assessed psychiatric comorbidity with major depression ( 21% ) and panic disorder ( 19% ) as the two most common diagnoses .
The associations with psychiatric disorders were stronger for migraine with aura than for migraine without aura .
The associations with psychiatric disorders were stronger for migraine with aura than for migraine without aura .
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