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Mirtazapine is more effective than trazodone: a double-blind controlled study in hospitalized patients with major depression.

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VANMOFFAERT, M, J DEWILDE, A VEREECKEN, Michel Dierick, JL EVRARD, J WILMOTTE, and J MENDLEWICZ. 1995. “Mirtazapine Is More Effective Than Trazodone: a Double-blind Controlled Study in Hospitalized Patients with Major Depression.” International Clinical Psychopharmacology 10 (1) 3-9).
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VANMOFFAERT, M, DEWILDE, J., VEREECKEN, A., Dierick, M., EVRARD, J., WILMOTTE, J., & MENDLEWICZ, J. (1995). Mirtazapine is more effective than trazodone: a double-blind controlled study in hospitalized patients with major depression. INTERNATIONAL CLINICAL PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY, 10(1) 3-9).
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VANMOFFAERT M, DEWILDE J, VEREECKEN A, Dierick M, EVRARD J, WILMOTTE J, et al. Mirtazapine is more effective than trazodone: a double-blind controlled study in hospitalized patients with major depression. INTERNATIONAL CLINICAL PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY. 1995;10(1) 3-9).
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VANMOFFAERT, M, J DEWILDE, A VEREECKEN, et al. “Mirtazapine Is More Effective Than Trazodone: a Double-blind Controlled Study in Hospitalized Patients with Major Depression.” INTERNATIONAL CLINICAL PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY 10.1) 3-9 (1995): n. pag. Print.
@article{193469,
  author       = {VANMOFFAERT, M and DEWILDE, J and VEREECKEN, A and Dierick, Michel and EVRARD, JL and WILMOTTE, J and MENDLEWICZ, J},
  issn         = {0268-1315},
  journal      = {INTERNATIONAL CLINICAL PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {1) 3-9},
  title        = {Mirtazapine is more effective than trazodone: a double-blind controlled study in hospitalized patients with major depression.},
  volume       = {10},
  year         = {1995},
}