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What does PMD stand for?

PMD stands for Psychotic Major Depression

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The Company will use the proceeds of the financing to complete investigations of the results of its Phase 3 clinical trials, for planning the continuation of the clinical development of CORLUX(R) for the treatment of the psychotic features of psychotic major depression (PMD), and for working capital.
Previous results from a double-blind, placebo-controlled crossover study of five patients with psychotic major depression and an open-label study of three different dosages in 30 patients with psychotic major depression showed that mifepristone rapidly reduced depressive and psychotic symptom scores in most patients at doses of 600 mg/day or higher taken for 4-7 days.
Previous results from a double-blind, placebo-controlled crossover study of five patients with psychotic major depression and an open-label study of three different dosages in 30 patients with psychotic major depression showed that mifepristone rapidly reduced depressive and psychotic symptom scores in most patients at doses of 600 mg/day or higher taken for 4-7 days.
DURATION OF TREATMENT Disorder In Patients With After Adequate Inadequate Response * Response ** Delirium 1 day 1 wk Dementia with agitation and 5 days 3 mo delusions Dementia with agitation 7 days 3 mo without delusions Schizophrenia 2 wk indefinitely Delusional disorder 2 wk 6 mo to indefinitely Agitated nonpsychotic major 1 wk 2 mo depression Psychotic major depression 1 wk 6 mo Nonpsychotic major 2 wk 2 mo depression with severe anxiety Mania with psychosis 5 days 3 mo Mania without psychosis 1 wk 2 mo * Responses to the question, How long would you continue treatment in an older patient before making a change in treatment regimen if the patient is having an inadequate response?