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Hysteroid Dysphoria. Donald Klein’s Lost Diagnosis.

The Carlat Psychiatry Blog, Volume , Number ,

Donald Klein was known as the father of psychopharmacology, and when he passed earlier this year he left behind a legacy that remains relevant to practice. We survey his ideas that lasted – panic disorder, atypical depression, antidepressant withdrawal – and pull one out of the dustbins that still has relevance today: A common disorder of mood and personality he called Hysteroid dysphoria.

Date Published: 11/25/19

Duration: 7 minutes, 30 seconds