心療内科を受診したうつ病患者のプロスペクティブ・スタディ(第1報) : 病型と治療成績との関係
A Prospective Study of Depressed Outpatients who Visited the Department of Internal Psychosomatic Medicine (Report 1 : The Relationship between Types of Depression and Outcome)

Takehiro Nozaki, Takayuki Yoshimura, Hideyo Sugahara, Hiroshi Kawata, Kei-ichi Tamagawa, Hiroaki Nishikata, Takashi Azuma, Junko Sonoda, Kazuo Takahasi, Shinji Takeya, Masanori Handa, Fujio Tanaka (+6 others)
2002 Japanese Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine  
We studied prospectively the relationship between the types of depression and the outcome. Subjects were recruitecl from outpatients visiting for the first time the . 0ne hundred and fifty-seven patients met the DSM-IV diagnosis criteria of major depressive disorder, dysthymic disorder, adjustment disorder with depressive mood and depressive disorder not otherwise specified. Of these, 65patients adequately completing treatment during the 6 months were avai]able. We conducted fol]ow-up
more » ... fol]ow-up evaluations at 1, 3 and 6 months after the baseline assessment using Hamilton Depression Rating Scale (HAM-D) and Zung Selfrating Depression Scale. All types of depression showed clinically significant decreases on the HAM-D scores at 3 months after and further improvements at 6-month follow-up. We discussed the rneaning of treating depressed patients at the department of'internal psychosomatic medicine. -Key woirts : major depressive disorder, dysthymic disorder, minor depressive disorder, adjustment disorder, prospective study (imiti7rg Add,ess : Takehiro Nozaki, 3-1-1 Maidashi, Higashi-ku, Fukuoka-shi, Fukuoka 812--8582, Japan) Jbblk・ 2002 tl! 9N ・M42 ts rg 9e 575 NII-Electionic
doi:10.15064/jjpm.42.9_575 fatcat:f5ziiqdocfc4do4svkjciwrfta