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23 terms
Major Depressive Disorder - Caballero
DSM-5 Criteria:
Presentation? Think SIGECAPS
Rating Instrument:
Non Rx Therapy options
At least 5 symptoms must be present for 2 weeks. One must be…
Sleep... Interests... Guilt... Energy... Concentration... Appetite... Psycho mo…
Hamilton Depression Scale (HAM-D)... Beck Depression Inventory (…
Psychoherapy... Light therapy ... ECT
DSM-5 Criteria:
At least 5 symptoms must be present for 2 weeks. One must be…
Presentation? Think SIGECAPS
Sleep... Interests... Guilt... Energy... Concentration... Appetite... Psycho mo…
6 terms
Major Depressive Disorder
Major Depressive Disorder
Theories of MDD
Symptoms of Major Depressive Disorder
Diagnosing Major Depressive Disorder
May consist of a single episode of depression or recurrent ma…
-Psychoanalytic theory by Freud=love hate relationship... -Cogni…
When a person experiences major depressive disorder past acti…
Alteration of life and emotion that persist for 14 days or mo…
Major Depressive Disorder
May consist of a single episode of depression or recurrent ma…
Theories of MDD
-Psychoanalytic theory by Freud=love hate relationship... -Cogni…
38 terms
Major Depressive Disorder - Pho
Which guidelines are used for this cla…
persistent inability to experience ple…
Complicated Bereavement
CBT... or Antidepressant or both
DSM-IV
What are some of the emotional symptoms of MDD?
Type of Major Depression:... - significant depressive symptoms…
What are the treatment options for Complicated Bereavement?
Which guidelines are used for this cla…
DSM-IV
persistent inability to experience ple…
What are some of the emotional symptoms of MDD?
18 terms
Major Depressive Disorder
Other things that can present with moo…
labs to order for CC of Mood Disturbance
Substance-induced MDD
DDx for MDD: ... delerium vs mdd
infection... endocrine disorders... neurologic ... vitamin deficiency…
Ca... TSH... CBC ... Tox screen... Vit B12, D... Folate... ANA ... etc.
Intoxication ... Withdrawal from EtOH, Amphetamines, sedative-h…
Delerium = waxing and waning ... changes in CONSCIOUSNESS
Other things that can present with moo…
infection... endocrine disorders... neurologic ... vitamin deficiency…
labs to order for CC of Mood Disturbance
Ca... TSH... CBC ... Tox screen... Vit B12, D... Folate... ANA ... etc.
53 terms
Major Depressive Disorder
What three neurotransmitters are assoc…
Patients with depression typically pre…
What are some physical symptoms associ…
____________ respond to medication in…
Dopamine... Norepinephrine... Serotonin
Cognitive... Emotional... Physical... Psychotic (severe)
Disturbed sleep... Decreased energy... Fatigue... Body aches/pains... Cha…
Physical depression symptoms
What three neurotransmitters are assoc…
Dopamine... Norepinephrine... Serotonin
Patients with depression typically pre…
Cognitive... Emotional... Physical... Psychotic (severe)
25 terms
Major Depressive Disorder
Diagnostic Criteria A
Diagnostic Criteria A 1
Diagnostic Criteria A 2
Diagnostic Criteria A 3
- 5 or more symptoms... - same 2 weeks period ... - a change from p…
Depressed mood... most of the day, nearly everyday. ... Subjective…
- diminished pleasure in almost all activities... - nearly every…
- significant weight loss when not dieting (5% of body weight…
Diagnostic Criteria A
- 5 or more symptoms... - same 2 weeks period ... - a change from p…
Diagnostic Criteria A 1
Depressed mood... most of the day, nearly everyday. ... Subjective…
7 terms
2. Major Depressive Disorder
What's criterion A for *Major Depres…
What's criterion B for *Major Depres…
What's criterion C for *Major Depres…
What's criterion D for *Major Depres…
A... 5 (or more) of the following symptoms have been presen…
B... The symptoms cause clinically significant distress or im…
C... The episode is NOT attributable to the physiological eff…
D... The occurrence of the major depressive episode is not be…
What's criterion A for *Major Depres…
A... 5 (or more) of the following symptoms have been presen…
What's criterion B for *Major Depres…
B... The symptoms cause clinically significant distress or im…
15 terms
Major Depressive Disorder (MDD)
depression
Types of MDD
Exogenous MDD
Endogenous MDD
a mental states characterized by depressed mood that can be m…
Exogenous... Endogenous
"temporary"... reactive depression... Period of shock and depressio…
"chemical imbalance"... MORE SERIOUS... requires both psychotherapy…
depression
a mental states characterized by depressed mood that can be m…
Types of MDD
Exogenous... Endogenous
Major Depressive Disorder (MDD)
Norepinephrine & Serotonin
Reduced... Increased
Increased frequency of abnormal hyper…
Arbitrary Inference... Specific Abstracti…
- The 2 neurotransmitters most implicated in the pathophysiol…
- In depression dopamine levels are ...... - In mania dopamine l…
- What is the most common abnormality found ins structural an…
- What cognitive distortions are commonly seen in depressed p…
Norepinephrine & Serotonin
- The 2 neurotransmitters most implicated in the pathophysiol…
Reduced... Increased
- In depression dopamine levels are ...... - In mania dopamine l…
5 terms
Major Depressive Disorder
Criterion A
Criterion B
Criterion C
Criterion D
Five or more during a 2 week period (1) must be depressed moo…
Symptoms cause clinically significant distress and impairment
Not attributable to a substance or other mental disorder
No better explained by another similar mental disorder
Criterion A
Five or more during a 2 week period (1) must be depressed moo…
Criterion B
Symptoms cause clinically significant distress and impairment
33 terms
Major depressive disorder MDD
Symptoms
How is depression diagnosed
Goal of therapy
1st line treatment of depression
Depressed mood... Sleep change... Eating changs... Excessive guilt
Lab findings... Rating scales... Suicide attempts
Remission... Prevent further episodes ... Normal level of functioning
SSRI... SNRI... Mirtazapine... Bupropion
Symptoms
Depressed mood... Sleep change... Eating changs... Excessive guilt
How is depression diagnosed
Lab findings... Rating scales... Suicide attempts
34 terms
Pharmacology Major Depressive Disorders
5-HT1A
5-HT2A
5-HT2C
5-HT3
1.Antidepressant... 2.Anxiolytic effects
1. Anxiety... 2. Insomnia... 3. Sexual Dysfunction
1. Anxiety... 2. Anorexia
1. Nausea... 2. Diarrhea
5-HT1A
1.Antidepressant... 2.Anxiolytic effects
5-HT2A
1. Anxiety... 2. Insomnia... 3. Sexual Dysfunction
117 terms
Major Depressive Disorder (MDD)
Depressed mood or loss of interest in…
Sadness... Interest (Decrease)... Guilt... Ener…
>5 symptoms over 2 weeks... and... one of th…
1. Anemia (Vitamin B12 deficiency)... 2.T…
What is depression? And how long must depressive symptoms sus…
What are symptoms of depressive disorder? (SIGECAPS)
Diagnosis Criteria for MDD
Name the 8 diseases associated with Depressive Symptoms
Depressed mood or loss of interest in…
What is depression? And how long must depressive symptoms sus…
Sadness... Interest (Decrease)... Guilt... Ener…
What are symptoms of depressive disorder? (SIGECAPS)
10 terms
Major Depressive Disorder
Major Depressive Disorder (MDD)
Symptoms
Primary Risk Factors
Nursing Interventions
Represents a change in previous functions, and symptoms inclu…
Depressed mood most of the day; anhedonia; greater than 5% we…
Female; unmarried status; low socioeconomic class; early chil…
Monitor for symptoms; monitor for client's risk of harm to se…
Major Depressive Disorder (MDD)
Represents a change in previous functions, and symptoms inclu…
Symptoms
Depressed mood most of the day; anhedonia; greater than 5% we…
22 terms
Major Depressive Disorder
Depressed mood most of the day, nearly…
Markedly diminished interest or pleasu…
Significant weight loss when not dieti…
Insomnia or hypersomnia nearly every day
DEPRESSED
DIMINISHED INTEREST
WEIGHT CHANGE
SLEEP EXTREMES
Depressed mood most of the day, nearly…
DEPRESSED
Markedly diminished interest or pleasu…
DIMINISHED INTEREST
54 terms
Major Depressive Disorder
Major Depressive Episode
Major Depressive Disorder
Emotional Symptoms
Physical Symptoms
Must have 5 symptoms that occur almost every day for at least…
One or more major depressive episodes
Diminished capacity to experience pleasure in activities that…
slowed physical motions or speech, agitation, restlessness, c…
Major Depressive Episode
Must have 5 symptoms that occur almost every day for at least…
Major Depressive Disorder
One or more major depressive episodes
39 terms
Major Depressive Disorder
CONTRAINDICATION THROUGH THIS LECTURE
MDD Signs/Symptoms: ... SIGECAPS
Rating Scale:... MARDS
Rating Scale:... BDI
LINEZOLID... METHYLENE BLUE
Sleep... Interest... Guilt... Energy... Concentration... Appetite... Psychomoto…
Clinician Rating Scale
Gold Standard
CONTRAINDICATION THROUGH THIS LECTURE
LINEZOLID... METHYLENE BLUE
MDD Signs/Symptoms: ... SIGECAPS
Sleep... Interest... Guilt... Energy... Concentration... Appetite... Psychomoto…
14 terms
DSM Major Depressive Disorder
A.
A. 1
A. 2
A. 3
Five (or more) of the following symptoms have been present du…
Depressed mood most of the day, nearly every day, as indicate…
Markedly diminished interest or pleasure in all, or almost al…
Significant weight loss when not dieting or weight gain, or d…
A.
Five (or more) of the following symptoms have been present du…
A. 1
Depressed mood most of the day, nearly every day, as indicate…
135 terms
Major Depressive Disorder
When is ECT indicated for depression?
Symptoms of MDD
DSM 5 Criteria for MDD
SIG-E-CAPS
Very severe depression... Not eating... Catatonia... Psychotic Delusio…
1. Depressed mood most of the day, nearly every day... 2. Marked…
5 + of the symptoms for the same 2 week period and represent…
Sleep... Interest... Guilt... Energy... Concentration... Appetite... Psychomoto…
When is ECT indicated for depression?
Very severe depression... Not eating... Catatonia... Psychotic Delusio…
Symptoms of MDD
1. Depressed mood most of the day, nearly every day... 2. Marked…
9 terms
Major Depressive Disorder
Was not studied until late 1800's
It is a mood disorder
Episodes last about 6 to 9 months
Therapies
Freud first recognized difference between grief and disorder…
Criteria: ... depressed mood most of day... significant weight loss
...
Cognitive ... ECT (70 - 90)... SSRI
Was not studied until late 1800's
Freud first recognized difference between grief and disorder…
It is a mood disorder
Criteria: ... depressed mood most of day... significant weight loss
17 terms
Major Depressive Disorder
A. 5 (or more) of the following 9 symp…
A1. Depressed mood most of the day, ne…
A2. Markedly diminished interest or pl…
A3. Significant weight loss when not d…
. Minimum of 2 week period and 5 symptoms ... . Symptoms must be…
. Mood is often described as depressed, sad, empty, hopeless,…
. This symptoms is referred to as Anhedonia
. Appetite is usually reduced resulting in weight loss... . Howe…
A. 5 (or more) of the following 9 symp…
. Minimum of 2 week period and 5 symptoms ... . Symptoms must be…
A1. Depressed mood most of the day, ne…
. Mood is often described as depressed, sad, empty, hopeless,…
14 terms
Major Depressive Disorder
Acute Phase (4-8wks)
Continuation phase (4-9 months)
Maintenance phase ( 12-36 months)
Monoamine oxidase inhibitors
goal is remission of symptoms
goal is to eliminate symptoms or prevent relapse
goal is to prevent recurrence
Phenelzine (nardil)... Trancylcypromine( Parnate)... Isocarboxazid…
Acute Phase (4-8wks)
goal is remission of symptoms
Continuation phase (4-9 months)
goal is to eliminate symptoms or prevent relapse
Major Depressive Disorder-MDD
Major depressive disorder (MDD)
Dysthymic disorder (DD)
Dysthymic Disorder, depression is.....
Why is it important to understand depr…
—Single Episode or Recurrent Episodes ... Substantial pain and s…
Early and insidious onset ... Chronic depressive syndrome (chron…
Depressed mood most of the day for more days than not, for at…
People with co-occurring chronic medical problems, (e.g., hyp…
Major depressive disorder (MDD)
—Single Episode or Recurrent Episodes ... Substantial pain and s…
Dysthymic disorder (DD)
Early and insidious onset ... Chronic depressive syndrome (chron…
23 terms
Major Depressive Disorder - Caballero
DSM-5 Criteria:
Presentation? Think SIGECAPS
Rating Instrument:
Non Rx Therapy options
At least 5 symptoms must be present for 2 weeks. One must be…
Sleep... Interests... Guilt... Energy... Concentration... Appetite... Psycho mo…
Hamilton Depression Scale (HAM-D)... Beck Depression Inventory (…
Psychoherapy... Light therapy ... ECT
DSM-5 Criteria:
At least 5 symptoms must be present for 2 weeks. One must be…
Presentation? Think SIGECAPS
Sleep... Interests... Guilt... Energy... Concentration... Appetite... Psycho mo…
20 terms
Major Depressive Disorder
2 weeks
celexa, lexapro, prozac, paxil , zolof…
SSRI
take 2-4 weeks to improve mood, sedation
a constant depression lasting for _____ is considered to be MDD
SSRI
1st line for treating MDD
flaw about anti depressants
2 weeks
a constant depression lasting for _____ is considered to be MDD
celexa, lexapro, prozac, paxil , zolof…
SSRI
58 terms
MCN Major Depressive Disorder
Major Classes of Antidepressants
Mode of Action of Antidepressants
Effects of Antidepressants
SSRI
Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRI)... Serotonin Nore…
Increase the activity of serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephr…
An elevation of mood... Increase appetite... Increase physical acti…
First line medication for mgt of depression... Safer than tricyc…
Major Classes of Antidepressants
Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors (SSRI)... Serotonin Nore…
Mode of Action of Antidepressants
Increase the activity of serotonin, dopamine, and norepinephr…
18 terms
major depressive disorder
DSM-5 criteria
symptoms
statistics
key components of despression
-presence of at least one episode of depression... -episodes cha…
1. pervasive depressed mood-- negative mood (can be sadness,…
- lifetime prevalence: 12-20% chance of having depression/sym…
-blunted affect or high negative affect (that can pre-dispose…
DSM-5 criteria
-presence of at least one episode of depression... -episodes cha…
symptoms
1. pervasive depressed mood-- negative mood (can be sadness,…
9 terms
Major Depressive Disorder
Major Depressive Disorder DSM A
Major Depressive Disorder DSM B-E
children
Bereavement & Grief
- 5 or more symptoms at least 2 weeks that represent a change…
B: Impairs social, occupational, or other function... C: Not do…
CHILDREN MAY BE IRRITABLE NOT SAD
Must not be confused with grief --> grief must have feeling o…
Major Depressive Disorder DSM A
- 5 or more symptoms at least 2 weeks that represent a change…
Major Depressive Disorder DSM B-E
B: Impairs social, occupational, or other function... C: Not do…
87 terms
Pharm - Major Depressive Disorder
select medications associated w/depres…
time for initial response to depressio…
time for maximal response to depressio…
time to reassess therapy w/o improvement
alcohol, oral contraceptives, steroids, antihypertensives
1-3 wks
12 wks
1 month
select medications associated w/depres…
alcohol, oral contraceptives, steroids, antihypertensives
time for initial response to depressio…
1-3 wks
184 terms
6208 Major Depressive Disorder
which neurotransmitters are involved i…
monoamine hypothesis
desensitization theory
dysregulation theory
norepinephrine... serotonin
deficit of monoamines, particularly norepinephrine and seroto…
serotonin and adrenergic receptors in the brain are desensiti…
insufficient serotonin and NE are released during depression…
which neurotransmitters are involved i…
norepinephrine... serotonin
monoamine hypothesis
deficit of monoamines, particularly norepinephrine and seroto…
27 terms
Major Depressive Disorder
celexa
lexapro
prozac, prozac weekly, sarafem
luvox, luvox cr
citalopram
escitalopram
fluoxetine
fluvoxamine
celexa
citalopram
lexapro
escitalopram
30 terms
Major Depressive Disorder
SSRI's
Citalopram
Escitalopram
Fluoxetine
Fewer AntiCh & Cardiovascular effect... Mas seguros en sobredosi…
SSRI's 2do + sedativo... Celexa... Not Recommended risk QT prolonga…
SSRI's ... Lexapro... > afinidad por la inhibición de recaptacion d…
SSRI's ... Prozac & Sarafem... < afinidad por la SSRI's... Mas activan…
SSRI's
Fewer AntiCh & Cardiovascular effect... Mas seguros en sobredosi…
Citalopram
SSRI's 2do + sedativo... Celexa... Not Recommended risk QT prolonga…
8 terms
Major Depressive Disorder
Description
Physical symptoms
To diagnose Major depressive disorder
Beck Depression Inventory
Manifested by the presence of a depressed mood, loss of enjoy…
sexual difficulties, excessive worry & rumination, substance…
1 Severity (mild/moderate/severe/full/part remission no sympt…
...
Description
Manifested by the presence of a depressed mood, loss of enjoy…
Physical symptoms
sexual difficulties, excessive worry & rumination, substance…
26 terms
major depressive disorder- capers
major depressive disorder
depression caused by
antidepressants
clinical presentation of mdd
- characterized by one or more major depressive episodes with…
- decreased amount of dopamine in the brain
- work by increasing dopamine in the brain
- at least 5 symptoms during the same 2 week period and repre…
major depressive disorder
- characterized by one or more major depressive episodes with…
depression caused by
- decreased amount of dopamine in the brain
28 terms
Psychiatry - Major Depressive Disorder
fluoxetine
paroxetine
sertraline
citalopram
Prozac
Paxil
Zoloft
Celexa
fluoxetine
Prozac
paroxetine
Paxil
24 terms
Major depressive disorder
MOA TCA
which TCA are more activating
name the tertiary TCA
adverse events of TCA
Inhibit presynaptic reuptake of NE and Serotonin
tertiary
amitriptyline... imipramine... doxepin ... trimipramine
anticholinergic... constipation... urinary retention ... dry mouth ... bl…
MOA TCA
Inhibit presynaptic reuptake of NE and Serotonin
which TCA are more activating
tertiary
55 terms
Major Depressive Disorder
Affective Disorders
Affect
Verbal cues
Nonverbal cues
A group of mental disorders that the dominant feature is the…
The way in which an individual communicates their mood. The f…
Cues we use to describe our feelings such as: elation, happin…
includes facial expression such as happiness , anger, contemp…
Affective Disorders
A group of mental disorders that the dominant feature is the…
Affect
The way in which an individual communicates their mood. The f…
42 terms
Major Depressive Disorder
epidemiology of major mood disorders
common subtypes of major depression
Qualifiers
Describe treatment options
...
Postpartum... Seasonal... PMDD... Dysthymia - aka- Persistent Depressi…
Major depression with Psychosis... "with anxious distress"
...
epidemiology of major mood disorders
...
common subtypes of major depression
Postpartum... Seasonal... PMDD... Dysthymia - aka- Persistent Depressi…
10 terms
Major Depressive Disorder
diagnostic criteria
MDD recurent
Clinal outlook
epidemiology
at least 2 WEEKS of depressed mood;Plus worthlessness/guilt,…
2 or more episodes
negative thinking (expect failure); social isolation; avoidance
prevalence 2.7-16.6% at least one episode; mid 20's
diagnostic criteria
at least 2 WEEKS of depressed mood;Plus worthlessness/guilt,…
MDD recurent
2 or more episodes
90 terms
Major Depressive Disorder Pharm
Depression afflicts approx ___% of the…
Bipolar disorder affects approx ___% o…
Suicide from depression is ___% of dep…
___% of patients on antidepressants ha…
5
1-2%
25-30%
70%
Depression afflicts approx ___% of the…
5
Bipolar disorder affects approx ___% o…
1-2%
Major Depressive Disorder
What is D-SIGECAPS
What is: "IS PATH WARM"
What types of drugs can cause Drug ind…
What antihypertensives cause drug indu…
D: Depressed Mood, most of the day, nearly every day... S: Sleep…
I: Ideation... S: Substance Abuse... P: Purposelessness... A: Anxiety…
Antihypertensives... CNS depressants... Anti-infectives... Isotretinoi…
Beta-Blockers... Calcium Channel Blockers
What is D-SIGECAPS
D: Depressed Mood, most of the day, nearly every day... S: Sleep…
What is: "IS PATH WARM"
I: Ideation... S: Substance Abuse... P: Purposelessness... A: Anxiety…
10 terms
Major Depressive Disorder (MDD)
dysphoria
symptoms
genetic causes
biological causes
helplessness, hopelessness
social withdrawal, changes in appetite/sleep, difficulty conc…
identical twins, 67%. fraternal twins, 19%.
Monamine Hypothesis
dysphoria
helplessness, hopelessness
symptoms
social withdrawal, changes in appetite/sleep, difficulty conc…
8 terms
NCMHCE: Major Depressive Disorder
Major Depressive Disorder diagnostic c…
Major Depressive Disorder keywords
Major Depressive Disorder duration
Major Depressive Disorder onset
2 weeks of either depresssed mood or loss of interest/pleasur…
weight loss, hypersomnia, loss of energy, and recurrent thoug…
Minimum duration 2 weeks; vary widely
age of onset vary widely
Major Depressive Disorder diagnostic c…
2 weeks of either depresssed mood or loss of interest/pleasur…
Major Depressive Disorder keywords
weight loss, hypersomnia, loss of energy, and recurrent thoug…
Major Depressive Disorder
Major Depressive Disorder: Overview
Epidemiology/ Pathophysiology
Tx desired outcomes
Tx non-pharmacologic
• AKA unipolar depression... • Most patients with MDD have multi…
• Quite common... • Women 2x more likely to experience... • Average…
o Prevention of suicide attempts... o Improve quality of life... o…
Psychotherapy... Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT)
Major Depressive Disorder: Overview
• AKA unipolar depression... • Most patients with MDD have multi…
Epidemiology/ Pathophysiology
• Quite common... • Women 2x more likely to experience... • Average…
30 terms
Major Depressive Disorder (MDD)
Phenelzine
Tranylcypromine
Isocarboxazid
Selegiline
Nardil ... Formulation: tablet ... Comments: Most sedating... (MAOIs)
Parnate... Formulation: tablet... Comments:Most stimulating... (MAOIs)
Marplan... Formulation: tablet ... Comments: --... (MAOIs)
Emsam... Formulation: transdermal patch... Comments: No dietary res…
Phenelzine
Nardil ... Formulation: tablet ... Comments: Most sedating... (MAOIs)
Tranylcypromine
Parnate... Formulation: tablet... Comments:Most stimulating... (MAOIs)
12 terms
Major Depressive Disorder Specifiers
anxious distress specifier
mixed features specifier
melancholic featurres specifier
atypical features specifier
the presence of at least 2 of the following symptoms during t…
at least 3 of the following manic hypomanic symptoms are pres…
one of the following is present during the most severe period…
applied when these featuers predominate during the majority o…
anxious distress specifier
the presence of at least 2 of the following symptoms during t…
mixed features specifier
at least 3 of the following manic hypomanic symptoms are pres…
8 terms
Major Depressive Disorder
Major Depressive Disorder
1
2
3
A mood disorder characterized by sadness, despair, feelings o…
Depressed mood most of the day
Diminished interest or pleasure in daily activities
Insomnia or hypersomnia nearly every day
Major Depressive Disorder
A mood disorder characterized by sadness, despair, feelings o…
1
Depressed mood most of the day
19 terms
Major Depressive Disorder (Linscott)
Major depressive disorder
Features of depression
Psychoanalytic theory of depression
Limitations of psychoanalytic theory,…
-Depressed mood most of the day, nearly every day... -Diminished…
-Affect... -Motivation... -Cognition... -Behavior... -Physical
-Correspondence between grief and depression... -Introjection... -R…
-Ascribes meaning to symptoms... -Defies validation... -Not disorde…
Major depressive disorder
-Depressed mood most of the day, nearly every day... -Diminished…
Features of depression
-Affect... -Motivation... -Cognition... -Behavior... -Physical
9 terms
Major Depressive Disorder (MDD)
Specifiers (MDD) - with codes
Diagnostic Criteria (MDD) - A
Diagnostic Criteria (MDD) - B
Diagnostic Criteria (MDD) - C
Single episode - all start with F32... Recurrent episode - all s…
5+ of symptoms for at least 2 wks. nearly ever day, all day.…
SGNFT distress/impairment in social, occupation, or other imp…
Episode not bc of physiological effects of a substance or med…
Specifiers (MDD) - with codes
Single episode - all start with F32... Recurrent episode - all s…
Diagnostic Criteria (MDD) - A
5+ of symptoms for at least 2 wks. nearly ever day, all day.…
19 terms
Major Depressive Disorder
Yes
Yes
Noradrenaline
3
Are there cultural differences in MDD?
Is there a genetic contribution in MDD?
There are deficiencies in _______, serotonin, and dopamine
Learning theory suggests ___ routes for development of MDD.
Yes
Are there cultural differences in MDD?
Yes
Is there a genetic contribution in MDD?
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