[Neuroscience] Re: Depression, behavior, and Neurobiology

konstantin kouzovnikov myukhome at hotmail.com
Tue May 23 10:32:15 EST 2006


>established, or may not even exist?  These seem to be the basic issues,
>without getting into the genetics of the various subtypes of serotonin and
>norepinephrine receptors.

Would it be reasonable to add another issue here? The short cuts that 
clinical professionals make in the majority of the cases are consequences of 
the public health system promoting either the non-existent or "affordable" 
assessment procedures. In the vast majority of the cases, should the 
clinicians to be allowed to do comprehensive/interdisciplinary assessments, 
these dilemmas can be readily solved within the procedures well known among 
practicing clinicians together with a very measured approach for the use of 
antidepressants, very helpful in assisting many individuals to re-gain the 
state when they actually able to use the benefits of their own and the 
clinicians' insigts.

KK

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