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DU PA Eating Dis

Duke PA Eating Disorders

In the United States, __ million females and 1 million males are struggling with an eating disorder such as anorexia or bulimia 10
__ has the highest mortality rate of all psychiatric illnesses Anorexia nervosa
Refusal to maintain body weight at or above minimum (85% of expected given age, height,Intense fear of gaining weight,Disturbance in the way body weight, size, or shape is experienced Anorexia nervosa
__ can cause amenorrhea >= 3 months Anorexia nervosa
life time prevalence of anorexia nervosa are as high as __% 3.7
approximately __% of those with anorexia nervosa are female 90-95%
Recurrent episodes of binge eating, Eating large quantities of food in discrete period, Sense of lack of control bulimia nervosa
In bulimia nervosa behaviors occur at least __ times per week for 3 months 2
these patients tend to maintain a normal weight bulimia nervosa
the two types of bulimia nervosa are purging and non-purging
when anorexia nervosa is suspected you need to specify between restricting behaviors and binge-eating/purging
Cardiac arrhythmias, Esophageal, inflammation, tear, Tooth decay and staining, Vagus nerve irritation, Loss of bowel elasticity, motility, Gastric rupture possible, are health consequences of bulimia nervosa
__% of those with bulimia nervosa are female 80
Frequent episodes of eating large quantities of food in short periods of time, Feeling out of control over eating behavior,Feeling ashamed or disgusted by the behavior. Eating when not hungry and eating in secret. binge eating disorder
High blood pressure, High cholesterol levels, Heart disease, Diabetes mellitus, Gallbladder disease binge eating disorder
__% of those with binge eating disorder are female 60
__ has the greatest stability over time and considerably worse long-term outcome Anorexia nervosa
Anxiety (OCD, social phobia, GAD),Depression,Axis II (Anxious-fearful cluster)Emotional-dramatic cluster common comorbidities of eating disorders
The study involved restricting the caloric intake of 36 young, healthy, and psychologically normal young men who had volunteered for the experiment as an alternative to military service in WWII. The Keys Study
Created by: bwyche