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268 Possible Causes for Endogenous Depression

  • Menopause

    Minerva Ginecol. 2018 Feb;70(1):27-34. doi: 10.23736/S0026-4784.17.04151-X. Epub 2017 Oct 3. Gambacciani M 1 , Biglia N 2 , Cagnacci A 3 , Caruso S 4 , Cicinelli E 5 , DE Leo V 6 , DI Carlo C 7 , Farris M 8 , Gambera A 9 , Guaschino S 10 , Lanzone A 11 , Paoletti AM 12 , Russo N 13 , Vicariotto F 14 , Villa P 11 , Volpe A 15 ;[…][]

  • Endogenous Depression

    Biopsychiatry controversy Biological psychiatry Classification of depression on NetDoctor Endogenous Depression Information Endogenous Depression Help Resources[] Endogenous depression is caused by biological factors or genetic predisposition rather than an outside stimulus, as opposed to its reactive equivalent.[] If we put it all together, an endogenous depression - properly fully termed endogenous major depressive disorder or mood disorder, endogenous clinical depression - simply[]

  • Reactive Depression

    Depressives secondary to neuroses showed significantly lower Lie scores than primary endogenous and non-endogenous depressives.[] There was a significant correlation (r 0.66) between mianserin plasma levels and age in endogenous depression.[] In a paired comparison of patients with reactive and endogenous depression (matched for age and sex), the GH response to clonidine was less in the endogenous member of the[]

  • Narcolepsy

    We describe here a rare case of early childhood-onset (5 years of age) narcolepsy. This case was interesting because of the ability to compare the patient's symptoms to the condition of her healthy monozygotic co-twin sister. The only environmental difference between the co-twins was head injury, which may be[…][]

  • Involutional Depression

    These findings suggest that clinical characteristics of patients with unipolar endogenous depression may be influenced by age at both onset and time of current episode.[] Depressive, Depressive Symptoms, Major depression, Disorders, Depressive, Depression, Unipolar, DEPRESSIVE DIS, Depressive Disorders, Endogenous Depressions, Depressive Neurosis[] , Endogenous Depressions, Endogenous Involutional Depression Syndromes, Depressive Involutional Psychoses Depression, Involutional Depressions, Unipolar Symptom, Depressive[]

  • Dysthymic Disorder

    […] illnesses which developed primarily reactive of the so-called psychotic depression (also called endogenous depression or melancholy ).[] depression and was psychotic with delusions.[] Neurotic Depression The term neurotic depression (also called depressive neurosis ) was and is particularly evident in psychoanalytic parlance, used to distinguish depressive[]

  • Agitated Depression

    depression that is precipitated by a stressful life event or other environmental factor, in contrast to an endogenous depression. retarded depression major depressive disorder[] Psychotic depression, unipolar endogenous depression, bipolar depression, depression with and without melancholia, retarded depression as well as agitated depression all respond[] […] a congenital, deep, funnel-shaped depression in the anterior chest wall. endogenous depression a type of depression caused by somatic or biological factors rather than environmental[]

  • Neurotic Disorder

    Anankastic neurosis Compulsive neurosis Excludes: obsessive-compulsive symptoms occurring in: endogenous depression (296.1) schizophrenia (295.-) organic states (e.g., encephalitis[] In comparison to endogenous depression, all the sufferings of the patient are closely related to psychotrauma that the patient experienced (death of family member, separation[] Symptoms of reactive depression are as same as the symptoms of depression.[]

  • Hyperventilation

    […] non-retarded depression can be associated with hyperventilation 28 and phobic patients have a high prevalence of breathing difficulties. 29 30 The predisposition to overbreathe[] […] without anxiety 17 24 25 or anxiety may be induced by hyperventilation. 26 Anxiety can be associated with both mild hyperventilation and abnormalities of breathing pattern. 27 Endogenous[]

  • Depression

    In the 1950s and '60s, health care professionals divided depression into two types, endogenous and neurotic.[] Endogenous means that the depression comes from within the body, perhaps of genetic origin, or comes out of nowhere.[] John Cheever, the author and a modern sufferer of depressive disorder, wrote of conflict and experiences with his parents as influencing his becoming clinically depressed.[]

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