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Repeated Low-Grade Infections Predict Antidepressant-Resistant Depression: A Nationwide Population-Based Cohort Study.

著者 Jeng JS , Li CT , Chen MH , Lin WC , Bai YM , Tsai SJ , Su TP , Chang WH , Sung YJ
J Clin Psychiatry.2017 Dec 19 ; 79(1):.
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The relationship between severe inflammation and clinical depression in the context of major medical illnesses has been addressed, but the relationship between inflammation caused by mild infections and clinical depression is unclear. We aimed to examine whether a history of repeated low-grade infections (RLGI) in medically healthy subjects (MHS) could increase their vulnerability to major depressive disorder (MDD) (ICD-9-CM) and whether RLGI could be associated with higher resistance to antidepressants in those developing MDD.
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