Indikation und Wirksamkeit nichtmedikamentöser Behandlungsverfahren bei depressiven Erkrankungen

  • Joachim Tegeler
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Zusammenfassung

Es gilt heute als selbstverständlich, im Rahmen der Behandlung von depressiven Patienten einen Gesamttherapieplan, der sowohl medikamentöse als auch nichtmedikamentöse Verfahren umfaßt, zu erstellen. Dies ergibt sich aus der multifaktoriellen Syndromgenese und der Heterogenität depressiver Krankheitsbilder.

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