Prevalence and associated physical symptoms of depressive and anxiety symptoms in neurology outpatient clinic

In this observational study, a random sample of 765 patients at neurology outpatient clinics in Shanghai were assessed using questionnaires to see whether a link could be made between neurological symptoms and the occurrence of depression and anxiety. The authors found a correlation between the number of physical symptoms reported and the occurrence of depression and anxiety-related symptoms. More research is required to elucidate any link.

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