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Table 4 Independent and Adjusted association between, Physician Depression Diagnosis and PHQ-9 elicited Depression symptoms.

From: Depression symptomatology and diagnosis: discordance between patients and physicians in primary care settings

Variables UOR (95% CI) ≠ AOR (95% CI)
Anhedonia 1.64 [0.92–2.94] 1.66 [0.90–3.05]
Depressed mood 1.44 [0.73–2.83] 1.57 [0.77–3.20]
Insomnia or hypersomnia 1.78 [0.10–3.19] *2.02 [1.09–3.75]
Feeling tired or having little energy 1.57 [0.86–2.86] 1.57 [0.84–2.93]
Poor appetite or overeating? *1.74 [1.02–3.00] 1.74 [0.99–3.05]
Feelings of worthlessness or excessive or inappropriate guilt 1.35 [0.80–2.29] 1.43 [0.83–2.47]
Diminished ability to think or concentrate, or indecisiveness 1.68 [0.99–2.85] 1.62 [0.94–2.80]
Psychomotor agitation or retardation 1.45 [0.81–2.61] 1.56 [0.85–2.86]
Recurrent thoughts of death, suicidal ideation without/with a specific plan or attempt **5.47 [2.06–14.49] **5.41 [1.92–15.25]
  1. *Sig. at <.05 ** Sig. at <.01 † Sig. at <.001
  2. ≠: Each reported AOR represents the likelihood of depression diagnosis for each depression in nine logistic regression analysis models.