Major depression in panic disorder: role of recent life events
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AbstractThe authors assessed life events during the year before the onset of panic disorder in 57 panic patients with a lifetime history of major depression. Compared with a group of 43 panic patients without major depression, the group with depression had experienced more severe events. The clinical and theoretical implications of these results are discussed in the context of current concepts regarding the role of recent life events in comorbidity of panic disorder and major depression.

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