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Clinical study on correlation factors in depression state following first stroke.

Jia Yanbin and Zhou Qianzhang. Department of Psychiatry, The First Affiliated Hospital, Jinan University Medical College. Shipai, Guangzhou(510630).  
Objective To study the correlation between poststroke depression (PSD) and biopsychosocial factors. Methods Sixty-two cases with first stroke were evaluated by the HAMD, the breif form of WAIS-RC, the EPQ, the SSRS and the GDS. Results (1) Scores on depression with the anterior and the cortical lesion were significantly higher than those in the posterior and the subcortical lesion. (2) Depression was significantly and negatively correlated with intelligence, and positively correlated with T scores on N-and P-dimension. (3) The logistic regression analysis showed that biological and psychosocial factors were associated with depression. Conclusions The biological and psychosocial factors can play important roles in PSD's production. The clinicians must pay more attention to PSD and treat it early.
【CateGory Index】: R743.3
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