dysthymic


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dys·thy·mic

(dis-thī'mik),
Relating to dysthymia.

dys·thy·mic

(dis-thī'mik)
Relating to dysthymia.
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The prevalence of the diagnoses and comorbidities in the patient group Depression type Number Major depressive disorder, 36 single episode Major depressive disorder, 48 recurrent Dysthymic disorder + major 10 depressive disorder Not otherwise specified 5 depressive disorder Dysthymic disorder 1 Comorbidities Anxiety disorder 23 Somatoform disorder 1 Table 2.
Bill was a 22-year-old Caucasian male client who had struggled with dysthymic disorder for approximately three years.
The investigators found greater impairments in some psychosocial-functioning indicators for the previous month and the previous year among people with dysthymic disorder, compared either with others who had acute major depressive disorder or with the general population.
Similarly, prenatal exposure to alcohol did not predict symptoms of dysthymic disorder or schizophrenia.
Sertraline and/or interpersonal psychotherapy for patients with dysthymic disorder in primary care: 6-month comparison with longitudinal 2-year follow-up of effectiveness and costs [Electronic version].
Untreated minor depressive and dysthymic disorders can lead to major depressive disorder, disrupting personal and family functioning (Zung, Broadhead, & Roth, 1993).
Learning disability and affective disorders (major depression, bipolar, or dysthymic disorder) were reported most frequently.
The depressive or "mood" disorders most seen with adolescents are Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) and Dysthymic Disorder (DD) (Reynolds, 1992), and the specific diagnostic criteria for these are outlined in the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-IV; American Psychiatric Association, 1994).
For purposes of this article, dark night is compared with two types of depression that are detailed in the DSM IV(APA, 1994)--Major Depressive Disorders 296x (unipolar) and Dysthymic Disorder (300.4).
Mood was dysthymic. Speech was mildly monotonic with respect to prosody, but normal for rate, volume and output.
Smith had the disease of a major depressive episode superimposed upon a dysthymic condition.
CFS patients show more alpha EEG activity during NREM sleep, but this is not seen in dysthymic or major depressive disorders (Whelton, Salit, & Moldofsky, 1992).