The relationship of depression and diabetes: Pathophysiological and treatment implications

@article{Rustad2011TheRO,
  title={The relationship of depression and diabetes: Pathophysiological and treatment implications},
  author={James K. Rustad and Dominique L. Musselman and Charles B. Nemeroff},
  journal={Psychoneuroendocrinology},
  year={2011},
  volume={36},
  pages={1276-1286}
}
Diabetes is a highly prevalent, chronic disease that requires ongoing, multi-specialty medical care combined with patient self-management, family support, and education to prevent or delay end-organ morbidity and mortality. There is clearly an increased prevalence of major depressive disorder, a relatively common and costly central nervous system syndrome, in diabetic patients. During the past two decades, multiple studies reveal that not only are depressive symptoms a risk factor for the… Expand
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