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Depression and its Treatment focuses on medical interventions in the diagnosis and treatment of depression, as well as identification of symptoms and possible mechanisms of treatment. The book first offers information on the concept and classification of depression, physiology and psychopathology, and clinical types of depression, including classification of depressive illnesses and etiology. The publication then takes a look at the treatment of psychological and physiological depression and complications of depression and their treatment. The text ponders on the prognosis of psychological and physiological depression and critique of existing terminology, as well as illustrative case histories of depression. The manuscript is highly recommended for clinicians and psychiatrists wanting to explore the approaches in the treatment of depression.
Chapter I Concept and Classification of Depression
Chapter II Physiology and Psychopathology
Chapter III Clinical Types of Depression
Chapter IV Treatment of Depression I
Chapter V Treatment of Depression II
Chapter VI Complications of Depression and Their Treatment
Chapter VII Prognosis of Depression
Appendix 1. Critique of Current Terminology
Appendix 2. Illustrative Case Histories
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1965
- 1st January 1965
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