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by D. Barry Lumsden and Leeann Alexander-Mott. Select Format: Hardcover. First published in 1994.
LeeAnn Alexander-Mott, D. Barry Lumsden. Taylor & Francis, 1994 - 302 pages. First published in 1994
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In: Alexander-Mott . Lumsden . New York, Taylor & Francis, 1994, pp. 135–157. Nutrition therapy in the recovery process. Maryland, Aspen Publishers, 1992. 3. Vaisman . Rossi . Goldberg . Dibden . Pencharz . Energy expenditure and body composition in patients with anorexia nervosa.
No doubt suicidal behavior is underestimated amongst patients with anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa. Young women are heavily represented among these patients; therefore suicidal behavior is gender-related.
has been added to your Cart. It was as if anorexia and bulimia were genetic diseases, existing outside of culture. 5 people found this helpful.
Bulimia nervosa is a psychiatric syndrome with potentially serious consequences. Bulimia nervosa: medical complications. 2 Unfortunately, few health care professionals receive training in the assessment of bulimia nervosa. In: Shader RI, ed. Manual of psychiatric therapeutics.