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Major Depressive Disorder

Major Depressive Disorder - Causes and Risk Factors

​There are many environmental and situational factors that can affect one’s mood. These are commonly related to relationship difficulties, financial problems or work stressors. Research has shown that depression may involve structural, functional and chemical changes in the brain. Depression can also be related to problems that arise during psychological development. Negative patterns of thinking and maladaptive thought processes are often present in depressed individuals.

Major Depressive Disorder - Preparing for surgery

Major Depressive Disorder - Post-surgery care

Major Depressive Disorder - Other Information

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