Welcome to Major Depressive Disorder with Mixed Features – A Practical Guide.
Depressive disorder with mixed features (DMX) is a condition in which subsyndromal hypomanic features occur as part of a depressive syndrome. As there aren’t specific diagnostic criteria proposed by the DSM-5 yet, the mixed features can easily be missed, and patients with DMX can get misdiagnosed as a consequence.
This course should take approximately 2.5 hours for you to complete going through the following journey:
Throughout this course, we will:
- Identify how to correctly diagnose patients with major depressive disorder with mixed features
- Consider the clinical implications for major depressive disorder with mixed features
- Discuss management strategies for patients with major depressive disorder with mixed features.