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Stationäre Behandlung der Bulimia nervosa

  • Bernt Schmitz

Zusammenfassung

Das Krankheitsbild der Bulimia nervosa hat in den letzten 10 Jahren in der Klinik, Forschung und Öffentlichkeit zunehmend an Bedeutung gewonnen. Es ist anzunehmen, daß diese Entwicklung nicht nur ein vermehrtes Interesse an diesem Krankheitsbild widerspiegelt, sondern auch Ausdruck einer tatsächlichen Zunahme der Erkrankungshäufigkeit ist (Fichter 1985).

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