PMID: 2146300Aug 1, 1990Paper

Seasonality in major depressed inpatients

Journal of Affective Disorders
S Kasper, T Kamo

Abstract

The proportion of patients with a fall-winter pattern of feeling worst comparable to that of patients with seasonal affective disorder (SAD) was 11.4% in our sample of major depressed inpatients. Since admission to psychiatric inpatient services is influenced to an unknown extent by various factors it is not possible to generalize our data to other facilities. However, based on the results of our study it seems worth while to screen depressed patients for their degree of seasonality since treatment with bright artificial light has been shown to be beneficial in SAD patients and its subsyndromal form.

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Jan 1, 1992·European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience·S KasperH J Möller
Jan 1, 1994·European Archives of Psychiatry and Clinical Neuroscience·S KasperH J Möller
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