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Table 1 Conditions included and excluded in the searches

From: Evidence of prescription of antidepressants for non-psychiatric conditions in primary care: an analysis of guidelines and systematic reviews

Conditions included: primary care, non-psychiatric n = 44 Pain : n = 14
Neuropathic pain, diabetic painful neuropathy, HIV-related neuropathy, trigeminal neuralgia, post herpetic neuralgia, phantom limb pain, central neuropathic pain, burning mouth syndrome, migraine, tension-type headaches (with or without drug abuse), fibromyalgia, non-specific low back pain, sciatica
Other neurological conditions or symptoms: n = 9
Dementia (agitation), Parkinson’s disease (depression / agitation), emotionalism after stroke, prevention of depression after stroke, motor recovery after ischemic stroke, sleep disorders, restless legs syndrome, sialorrhea, tinnitus
Urological conditions: n = 5
Urinary incontinence, overactive bladder syndrome, urinary stress incontinence, erectile dysfunction, premature ejaculation
Dependence: n = 2
Smoking cessation, alcoholism
General or non-specific conditions, general symptoms: n = 10
“Chronic fatigue Syndrome or Asthenia or Fatigue”, cancer-related fatigue, depression in physically ill people, musculoskeletal symptoms, unexplained complaints, somatoform disorders, treatment refusal, patient compliance, weight loss in adults with type 2 diabetes mellitus, pruritus
Gynaecological conditions: n = 3
Premenstrual syndrome, hot flashes/drug therapy, menopause
Gastroenterological conditions: n = 1
Functional colonic diseases: irritable bowel syndrome
Conditions excluded: 1 n = 10 Narcolepsy, anorexia nervosa, isolated depression, dysthymic disorder, all isolated anxiety conditions, bulimia nervosa, amphetamine withdrawal, nocturnal enuresis, myotonia, cocaine dependence