Eßstörungen

  • K. A. Halmi
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Part of the Psychiatrie der Gegenwart book series (SPEZIELLE, volume 8)

Zusammenfassung

Die beiden wichtigsten Eßstörungen sind Anorexia nervosa und Bulimia nervosa. Umfangreiche Forschungsergebnisse liegen zu diesen Störungen vor, die als Syndrome betrachtet werden sollten, denn sie sind keine nosologischen Entitäten mit übereinstimmender Ursache, identischem Verlauf sowie gemeinsamer Pathologie.

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