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Prevalence of mental illness in a rehabilitation unit for older adults
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    Sir- Shah and colleagues report (1) about the prevalence of psychiatric disorders affecting elderly people institutionalised in a rehabilitation unit, concludes about depression that it is common among older adults, it is a treatable condition and that in cases which there are cognitive impairments associated to concomitant depression, the cognitive impairments are worsened by the depressive disease. Although the relev...

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