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n South African Family Practice - The spiritual construction of depression - peripheralia

Volume 61 Number 6
  • ISSN : 2078-6190
  • E-ISSN: 2078-6204

Abstract

In general practice we often see the classical features of depression in our patients. These are the ones laid out in the box that has been promulgated by the DSM V. We know that not everyone fits into these boxes for classification and there is a penumbra of feelings and emotions that occur around the classic features. They are the shadows of the shadows and the more indistinct symptoms that surround the core of central darkness.

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2019-11-30
2020-10-01

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