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Journal: Dementia 
Dementia (1990) 1 (6): 342–348.
Published Online: 26 May 2010
..., it is virtually nonselective. L -deprenyl enhances the effect of L -dopa on Parkinson's disease and may retard its natural progression. Although studies have found L -deprenyl to be an effective antidepressant only at nonselective doses, certain subtypes of depression may respond to selective doses. Also...
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Journal: Dementia 
Dementia (1990) 1 (6): 323–334.
Published Online: 26 May 2010
..., it is virtually nonselective. L -deprenyl enhances the effect of L -dopa on Parkinson's disease and may retard its natural progression. Although studies have found L -deprenyl to be an effective antidepressant only at nonselective doses, certain subtypes of depression may respond to selective doses. Also...
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Journal: Dementia 
Dementia (1990) 1 (6): 335–341.
Published Online: 26 May 2010
..., it is virtually nonselective. L -deprenyl enhances the effect of L -dopa on Parkinson's disease and may retard its natural progression. Although studies have found L -deprenyl to be an effective antidepressant only at nonselective doses, certain subtypes of depression may respond to selective doses. Also...
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Journal: Dementia 
Dementia (1992) 3 (3): 157–173.
Published Online: 05 June 1992
...David R. Rosenberg; Bruce Wright; Samuel Gershon This paper examines the clinical presentation of, the biochemical abnormalities associated with, and the treatment of depressive disorders in late life. A comparison of geriatric depression (late-onset, first-episode depression) will be made...
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Journal: Dementia 
Dementia (1991) 2 (4): 218–221.
Published Online: 12 December 1991
...A.B. Christie Two cohorts of cases of depression treated in the same centre a decade apart have been compared. The results show evidence of improvement in outcome at 4 years but this is not statistically significant. As a contribution to the debate on prognosis the study identifies both...
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Journal: Dementia 
Dementia (1991) 2 (4): 212–217.
Published Online: 12 December 1991
...M. Oluwafemi Agbayewa; Janine Weir; Holly Tuokko; Lynn Beattie Dementia and depression both affect the ability to function. There is little information on how these two disorders affect the abilities of Alzheimer disease (AD) patients to perform instrumental activities of daily living (IADLs). We...
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Journal: Dementia 
Dementia (1991) 2 (2): 112–115.
Published Online: 28 August 1991
...Hirotaka Kashiwase; Masayuki Watanabe; Emiko Suda; Shoichi Tachibana; Masayuki Kinuya; Shinji Ohtakeno; Hiromi Watanabe; Akira Hotori; Toshihiko Tatsunuma; Kiichi Nagashima The authors examined the frequency and severity of dementia and depression in the elderly subjects referred to a nursing home...
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Journal: Dementia 
Dementia (1990) 1 (4): 225–236.
Published Online: 31 January 1991
... advertised or of their effectiveness, quality or safety. The publisher and the editor(s) disclaim responsibility for any injury to persons or property resulting from any ideas, methods, instructions or products referred to in the content or advertisements. Depression Mania Anxiety Schizophrenia...
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Journal: Dementia 
Dementia (1990) 1 (2): 119–123.
Published Online: 25 June 1990
...A.S. Henderson Affective and cognitive symptoms co-occur considerably above chance in clinical (i.e. treated) samples. By contrast, in population-based surveys, the syndromes of depression and dementia do not occur at the case level more than by chance, but symptoms of each may correlate...