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CiteWeb id: 20000000307

CiteWeb score: 2854

DOI: 10.1001/archinte.160.14.2101

Background: Depression and anxiety are common in medical patients and are associated with diminished health status and increased health care utilization. This article presents a quantitative review and synthesis of studies correlating medical patients’ treatment noncompliance with their anxiety and depression.

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