Residual symptoms of depression: clinical and theoretical implications.

  • J. P. Boulenger
  • Published 2004 in
    European psychiatry : the journal of the…


Residual symptoms of variable intensity often persist following pharmaco/or psychotherapeutic interventions for treatment of major depression (MD). In several studies, such persistent symptoms have been clearly shown to be associated with a higher risk of relapse, chronicity and functional impairment, but their true nature is still controversial. Several… (More)


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