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Convergence of psychiatric symptoms and restless legs syndrome: A cross-sectional study in an elderly French population.

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Summary of "Convergence of psychiatric symptoms and restless legs syndrome: A cross-sectional study in an elderly French population."

The objective was to evaluate the association between restless legs syndrome (RLS) with generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), major depression disorder (MDD), dysthymia, and GAD-depression comorbidity. Secondary aims were to examine the association between RLS with the cognitive-affective and somatic-vegetative disturbances experienced as part of depression and GAD.

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Name: Journal of psychosomatic research
ISSN: 1879-1360
Pages: 109884

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