dysthymic


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dys·thy·mic

(dis-thī'mik),
Relating to dysthymia.

dysthymic

/dys·thy·mic/ (-thi´mik) characterized by symptoms of mild depression.

dys·thy·mic

(dis-thī'mik)
Relating to dysthymia.
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An individual suffering from dysthymic disorder has fewer or less severe symptoms than major depressive disorder but experiences depressive symptoms more consistently and for longer periods of time.
L-Acetylcarnitine in dysthymic disorder in elderly patients: a double-blind, multicenter, controlled randomized study vs.
Assess the efficiency and effectiveness of universal consciousness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) in the treatment and prevention of recurrences dysthymic.
He reported being diagnosed with dysthymic disorder years ago; he came to counseling because this promotion is causing heightened stress, worry, fear, and feelings of depression.
It contains 11 clinical scales of personality patterns (schizoid, avoidant, depressive, dependent, histrionic, narcissistic, antisocial, aggressive, compulsive and negativistic), three pathological personality scales (schizotypal, borderline and paranoid), seven clinical syndromes of moderate severity (anxiety disorder, somatoform disorder, bipolar disorder, dysthymic disorder, alcohol dependence, substance dependence and PTSD), and three severe clinical syndromes (thought disorder, major depression and delusional disorder).
recurrent MDD without full inter-episodic recovery, or a chronic major depressive episode, or 'double depression' (concurrent major depression and dysthymic disorder).
Early- versus late-onset dysthymic disorder: comparison in out-patients with superimposed major depressive episodes.
To be "Nafodic", or someone who presents with 'NAFOD' symptoms and all criterion for diagnosis does not represent the "hero class", is not simply brave, is not a religious zealot, must not have recurrent negative recollections of past uncalculated risk taking behavior, and must not be diagnosed Depressed and/or Dysthymic.
The ex New Zealand player has been diagnosed with dysthymic personality which is described as being in a state of constant discontentment.
More active treatment for sub-clinical depressive symptoms is usually only justified if they persist for two years or longer (in which case the diagnosis of Dysthymic Disorder is usually applied) or if the individual has had full-criteria major depressive illness in the past and thus is at a high risk of progressing to a full-criteria episode of illness.
A growth curve analysis of the course of dysthymic disorder: the effects of chronic stress and moderation by adverse parent-child relationships and family history.
Although abundant research has been done on the clinic and treatment of comorbid state in drug in narcology and psychiatry, the bulk of this work is dedicated to the combination of drug addiction and schizophrenia; while there is a less work related to the comorbidity of drug addiction and dysthymic disorders (Alexandrova, 2005; Bryun, Geht, and Polunina, 2001; George and Krystal, 2000).