Year: 1995 Source: Journal of Clinical Psychiatry, v.56, no.9, (September 1995), p.434-435 SIEC No: 19970187

This article is part of an ongoing discussion on the effects of serum cholesterol and it’s apparant relationship to mood disorders. Previous reserchers note psychiatric inpatient cholesterol lelvels seem to corrospond to their specific mood disorder diagnosis. In this article, Dr. Greenburg responds to these findings by reminding colleagues that cholesterol levels cannot be gauged if there are no appropraite dietary evaluations/controls being done in conjunction with psychosomatic testing.