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Category:Major Depressive Disorder
Created 8 October 2007  +
CurationStatus uncurated  +
Definition Marked depression appearing in the involution period and characterized by hallucinations, delusions, paranoia, and agitation. (MeSH).
DefinitionSource MeSH +
Id birnlex_12758  +
Label Major Depressive Disorder  +
Modification dateThis property is a special property in this wiki. 12 January 2012 20:53:34  +
ModifiedDate 12 January 2012  +
SuperCategory Depressive Disorder  +
Synonym Involutional Melancholia  +, Involutional Psychosis  +, Involutional Depression  +, Involutional Paraphrenia  +, Major depression  +
Categories Depressive Disorder
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Resource:BRAINnet-Brain Research And Integrative Neuroscience Network +, Resource:Internet Brain Volume Database +, Resource:Sequenced Treatment Alternatives to Relieve Depression Study +, Resource:Stanley Brain Collection +, Resource:Stanley Medical Research Institute +, Resource:TADS - Treatment for Adolescents with Depression Study + Keywords
Resource:Kutcher Adolescent Depression Scale +, Resource:Major Depression Inventory +, Resource:Montgomery-Asberg Depression Rating Scale +, Resource:NIH NeuroBioBank +, Resource:Psychiatric Genomics Consortium +, Resource:Psynova Neurotech +, Resource:Stanley Brain Collection +, Resource:TADS - Treatment for Adolescents with Depression Study +, Servier + Related disease


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