Electroconvulsive Therapy (ECT)
These findings show that electroconvulsive therapy is a medically appropriate choice for elderly adults with depression and is likely to produce sustained improvement.
Ketamine does not appear to offer any benefits to patients who receive electroconvulsive therapy.
Electroconvulsive therapy can be a clinically effective treatment for patients with severe forms of schizophrenia.
Psychiatric manifestations of Huntington disease include cognitive decline, depressive and manic symptoms, and psychosis.
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