subsyndromal depression

subsyndromal depression

Mild depression, see there.
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Nelson et al., "Cortical atrophy is associated with accelerated cognitive decline in mild cognitive impairment with subsyndromal depression," The American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, vol.
Psychosocial interventions with art, music, tai-chi and mindfulness for subsyndromal depression and anxiety in older adults: a naturalistic study in Singapore.
It is interesting to note that Subsyndromal depression i.e.
Mergl et al., "Early improvement is a predictor of treatment outcome in patients with mild major, minor or subsyndromal depression," Journal of Affective Disorders, vol.
The clinical significance of subsyndromal depression in older primary care patients.
For example, research shows that subsyndromal depression is very common among children and adolescents.
Outcomes of minor and subsyndromal depression among elderly patients in primary care settings.
An estimated 5 million have subsyndromal depression, symptoms that fall short of meeting the full diagnostic criteria for a disorder.
Although there is no consensus in the definition of SDS used in the literature, the results of this study are in line with published prevalence estimations for subsyndromal depression. Bennazzi et al (4) found residual depressive symptoms in 44.9% of the evaluated patients with type II BD, and the Stanley Foundation Bipolar Network study found a prevalence of 38%, using the Inventory of Depressive Symptomatology Clinicians Rating (ICS-C) (15).
Even subsyndromal depression has been associated with poor health outcomes and higher service utilization, and is a risk factor for developing major depression.
Among older adults with schizophrenia, the prevalence of depression (including mild or subsyndromal depression) ranges from about 44% to 75%, but little is known about the prognosis for individuals with depression in this group, he said.