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Minerva Psichiatrica 2007 December;48(4):397-402

EATING DISORDERS 

The nutritional management of eating disorders

Birmingham C. L.

Eating Disorders Programme Department of Psychiatry University of British Columbia Vancouver, Canada

Nutrition is an important part of the treatment of eating disorders because malnutrition is, in part, causal; malnutrition results in morbidity and mortality, successful management requires treatment of malnutrition and the chance of relapse can be reduced by normalization of nutritional and eating behaviour.

language: English


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