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(Eating Disorders)
42,374 results
  • Pregnancy outcomes in women with anorexia nervosa. [Journal Article]
    Int J Eat Disord 2020Ante Z, Luu TM, … Auger N
  • CONCLUSIONS: Hospitalization for anorexia nervosa before or during pregnancy is associated with adverse infant and maternal outcomes. Infants are primarily at risk of stillbirth, preterm birth, low birth weight, and small-for-gestational age birth.
  • Psychiatric and Medical Profiles of Autistic Adults in the SPARK Cohort. [Journal Article]
    J Autism Dev Disord 2020Fombonne E, Green Snyder L, … SPARK Consortium
  • This study examined lifetime medical and psychiatric morbidity reported by caregivers of 2917 autistic adults participating in the US research cohort SPARK. Participants were 78.4% male, 47.3% had intellectual disability, and 32.1% had persistent language impairments. Childhood language disorders (59.7%), speech/articulation problems (32.8%), sleep (39.4%) and eating problems (29.4%), motor delay…
  • Body shape in inpatients with severe anorexia nervosa. [Journal Article]
    Eur Psychiatry 2020; 63(1):e2Marzola E, Panero M, … Abbate-Daga G
  • CONCLUSIONS: Data on body shape concerns and their trajectory during hospitalization for severe AN are lacking; our findings provide support to the effectiveness of hospitalization in improving body shape concerns and body avoidance, but not body checking. Also, baseline body shape concerns (especially body checking) impacted on clinical improvement. Future research is needed to identify treatments that could further improve the therapeutic approach to severe patients of AN in the acute setting.
  • Role of biological rhythm dysfunction in the development and management of bipolar disorders: a review. [Review]
    Gen Psychiatr 2020; 33(1):e100127Chen Y, Hong W, Fang Y
  • Disturbance of biological rhythms contributes to the onset of bipolar disorders and is an important clinical feature of the condition. To further explore the role of biological rhythms in bipolar disorders, 95 English articles published between 1968 and 2019 were retrieved from the PubMed database and analysed. We herein review the outcomes of studies on biological rhythm disturbance in bipolar d…
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