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Table 3 Recognition of mental disorders by physicians among patients with major depressive disorder (n = 27) as evaluated by the PHQ.

From: Multiple barriers against successful care provision for depressed patients in general internal medicine in a Japanese rural hospital: a cross-sectional study

Recognition by physician Clinical diagnosis by physician n % of patients with major depressive disorder n % of patients with major depressive disorder
Any mental disorder   21 77.8   
  Mood disorder    3 11.1
  Anxiety disorder    3a 11.1
  Alcohol-related disorder    1 3.7
  Insomnia    14b 51.9
  Dementia    1 3.7
  Other    4 14.8
  Uncategorizable    2 7.4
No mental disorder   6 22.2   
  1. Because multiple answers were allowed in the clinical psychiatric diagnosis, the total number of diagnoses was 28 and the number of diagnoses per patient was 1.33 for patients with major depressive disorder. Also, the numbers for anxiety and insomnia include patients diagnosed with a mood disorder: a1, b2.