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Depressive disorder

Category: Depression

Mood disorder
Mental disorder


Major depressive disorder
Seasonal affective disorder
Postpartum depression

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Depression is a mental disorder.


[edit] Classification

MeSH subdivids "Depressive Disorder" into

while "Depression" is "usually of moderate intensity". Under affective disorders (F30-39) WHO ICD-10 distinguishes between

A 2009 paper summarized ten hypothesized subtypes of depressions:[1]

  1. Lifelong anxious depression
  2. Acute depression
  3. Depression after childhood trauma
  4. Depressive reaction to stress
  5. Postpartum depression
  6. Late-life depression
  7. Psychotic depression
  8. Atypical depression
  9. Bipolar depression
  10. Depression secondary to substance abuse or medical illness

[edit] Papers

[edit] Reviews

[edit] Structural neuroimaging

  1. Brain volume abnormalities in major depressive disorder: a meta-analysis of magnetic resonance imaging studies
  1. Cortical grey matter reductions associated with treatment-resistant chronic unipolar depression. controlled magnetic resonance imaging study
  2. Hippocampal changes in patients with a first episode of major depression

[edit] Genetics

  1. Influence of SERTPR and STin2 in the serotonin transporter gene on the effect of selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors in depression: a systematic review
  2. Meta-analysis of the BDNF Val66Met polymorphism in major depressive disorder: effects of gender and ethnicity
  3. Serotonin 1A receptor gene and major depressive disorder: an association study and meta-analysis

[edit] References

  1. Pesach Lichtenberg, Robert H. Belmaker (2009). "Deconstructing major depressive disorder". Frontiers in Neuroscience 3(2): 234-235.
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