endogenous depression

  1. a state of depression for which there is no apparent precipitating cause
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How To Use endogenous depression In A Sentence

  • According to their monograph, it should not be used during pregnancy, by nursing mothers or by those with endogenous depression.
  • It appears that these medicines are not effective in combating symptoms of endogenous depression, which is more responsive to antidepressants.
  • In most of these studies the subjects were being treated for endogenous depression, neurotic depressive reaction, or psychoneurotic reaction with depression.
  • His theory of endogenous depression as a block in the quest for the self gave a further basis for founding an integrated approach to depression.
  • In life, in patients with endogenous depression are mostly away from the busy scene, like the quiet solitude.
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