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|Title:||Comorbid painful physical symptoms and depression: prevalence, work loss, and help seeking.|
De Graaf R
|Citation:||J AFFECT DISORD, 2006, 92 (2-3), pp. 185-193|
|Abstract:||Painful physical symptoms (PPS) are frequent in patients with Major Depressive Episode (MDE). Here, the 12-month prevalence and sociodemographic characteristics of PPS were examined taking into account somatic comorbidity; quantitative and qualitative aspects of MDE with or without PPS were investigated as well as their impact on work loss days (WLD). Finally, help seeking and delay in help seeking were explored.|
|Appears in Collections:||Published Articles, Dept. of Health Sciences|
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