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Late-onset depression: genetic, vascular and clinical contributions.

Late-onset depression: genetic, vascular and clinical contributions. Neuropsychiatric research needs to examine the relationships between aetiological, genotypic and clinical risk factors and behavioural phenotypes. These relationships can now be examined in older patients with depressive disorders. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Psychological medicine Pubmed

Late-onset depression: genetic, vascular and clinical contributions.

Psychological medicine , Volume 31 (8): -1390 – Mar 6, 2002

Late-onset depression: genetic, vascular and clinical contributions.


Abstract

Neuropsychiatric research needs to examine the relationships between aetiological, genotypic and clinical risk factors and behavioural phenotypes. These relationships can now be examined in older patients with depressive disorders.

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ISSN
0033-2917
DOI
10.1017/s0033291701004731
pmid
11722155

Abstract

Neuropsychiatric research needs to examine the relationships between aetiological, genotypic and clinical risk factors and behavioural phenotypes. These relationships can now be examined in older patients with depressive disorders.

Journal

Psychological medicinePubmed

Published: Mar 6, 2002

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