Antidepressants in patients with neurological disorders
Antidepressants are widely used in neurology, which is not surprising considering the close relationship between psychiatric and neurological pathologies. Indeed, depression is often linked to multiple neurological disorders. However, there is a lack of quality studies defining their efficacy in the different indications for which they are used in daily practice in neurology. This means that neurologists often base their choice on their own clinical experience. The use of antidepressants by neurologists is often limited to the specific treatment of depression. However, their usefulness can be extended further and their use in other pathologies is of interest.