Depression and Physical Illness

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Mary M. Robertson, Cornelius L. E. Katona
Wiley, May 5, 1997 - Self-Help - 576 pages
Depression and Physical Illness, the sixth volume from the Perspectives in Psychiatry series, has been comprehensively compiled by international authorities in the field of depression. Concentrating on the presentation, assessment, aetiology, management and prognosis of depressive disorders in physical illnesses ranging from AIDS and cancer to cardiovascular disease and arthritis, this new work is essential reading for all those involved in the treatment of depression. The well-respected and experienced editors, Mary Robertson and Cornelius Katona have covered all aspects of the practical and clinical management of depression from pregnancy and childbirth, through childhood, adolescence and into elderly life.

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1 Assessing depression in the context of physical illness
l Depression and types of physical disorder and treatment
Camden and Islington Palliative Care Team

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About the author (1997)

Mary Robertson is the William A. Moffett Chief Curator of Manuscripts at the Huntington Library.

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