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Table 3 MINI or clinically-diagnosed depression and patient complaints

From: Under-diagnosis of alcohol-related problems and depression in a family practice in Japan

Age and sex MINI diagnoses Clinical diagnoses (ICPC2) Patient complaints (ICPC2)
62 years, female Major depressive episode Glossitis (D83) and upper respiratory infection (R74) Common cold (R74)
27 years, female Major depressive episode Upper respiratory infection (R74) Common cold (R74)
25 years, female* Major depressive episode and Agoraphobia Depression (P76) and gastritis (D87) Epigastria (D02)
35 years, female* Major depressive episode Depression (P76) dehydration (T11) and dizziness (N17) Dizziness (N17), headache (N01) and loss of appetite (T03)
31 years, male* Major depressive episode Depression (P76), anxiety neurosis (P74) and fainting (A06) Fainting (A06), thirst (T01) and loose bowel movements(D11)
63 years, male Agoraphobia Depression (P76) Fatigue (A04)
31 years, male Hypomanic episode, Obsessive-Compulsive disorder and Agoraphobia Depression (P76), dehydration (T11) and vomiting (D10) Vomiting (D10), loss of appetite (T03) and feeling depressed (P03)
47 years, male   Depression (P76) and tension headache (N95) Cough (R05), nausea (D09), headache (N01)
24 years, female   Depression (P76) and upper respiratory infection (R74) Feeling ill (A05) and common cold (R74)
41 years, male Current alcohol abuse Depression (P76) and upper respiratory infection (R74) Sputum(R25)
  1. * Concordance between research and clinical diagnosis
  2. ICPC2; International Classifications for Primary Care, Second Edition
  3. MINI: Mini-International Neuropsychiatric Interview