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Psychotic Depression and Mortality
American Journal of Psychiatry
Objective: Major depressive disorder is associated with elevated mortality rates that increase with the severity of depression. The authors hypothesized that patients with psychotic depression would have higher mortality rates than patients with nonpsychotic depression. Method: Survival analytic techniques were used to compare the vital status of 61 patients with psychotic major depression with that of 59 patients with nonpsychotic major depression up to 15 years after hospital admission.doi:10.1176/appi.ajp.160.3.574 pmid:12611843 fatcat:etb6hlcvmjdnne3dt5nhvattoq