Rather than the presence or type or urinary incontinence, increasing severity of urinary incontinence correlates with increased depression, anxiety and stress among treatment-seeking women with lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS), suggests a study.
Maternal severe mental illness and exposure to obstetric complications are independently associated with the risk of intellectual disability in children, which suggest potentially different causal pathways, a recent study has shown.
Patients newly diagnosed with glaucoma are highly likely to report depressive symptoms, with risk factors including young age and female sex, among others, a study has found. Depressive symptomatology appears to decrease considerably 1 year after treatment but remains elevated in patients with impaired vision-related quality of life.
High-dose repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation appears to be safe and effective in the treatment of late-life depression, yielding a relatively high remission rate as compared with sham stimulation, a study has shown.