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  • Urinary steroids in young women with eating disorders. [Controlled Clinical Trial]
    J Biochem Biophys Methods 2004; 61(1-2):199-205Poór V, Bíró I, … Kilár F
  • Urinary steroid components were measured after enzyme hydrolysis and methoxym-silyl derivatization by capillary gas chromatography in young women with eating disorders. Using three internal standards, programmed temperature from 50 to 300 degrees C and flame ionization detection, on ULTRA-1 capillary column the separation of 28 steroid components is possible. Fifteen young women with different ea…
  • Serum lipids and apolipoprotein B values, blood pressure and pulse rate in anorexia nervosa. [Journal Article]
    Eur J Clin Nutr 1991; 45(1):33-6Sánchez-Muniz FJ, Marcos A, Varela P
  • Some risk factors associated with coronary heart disease (CHD) were evaluated in patients with different types of anorexia nervosa (AN). Anthropometric parameters, serum cholesterol, triglycerides and apoprotein (apo) B values, blood pressure and pulse rate were tested in 29 young female patients and 16 controls. Cholesterol, triglycerides and apo B were higher at the acute period of the illness …
  • Eating disorder patients. Recognition and intervention. [Review]
    J Dent Hyg 1990; 64(3):119-25Altshuler BD
  • The prevalence of eating disorders is increasing, as are the chances that one or more of your patients may be suffering from anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa, or a combination of these disorders (bulimarexia). Although the dental profession has focused attention on the related oral and dental pathoses that occur in this population, limited information is available in the area of intervention. Re…
  • Eating disorders in college students. [Case Reports]
    Psychiatr Med 1989; 7(3):47-58Provost JA
  • Certainly eating disorders are a major threat to the physical and mental health of female college students today. Many students arrive at college with undiagnosed and untreated eating disorders, despite existing poor dental condition, amenorrhea, and a history of severe weight fluctuation. Bulimia and bulimarexia are more problematic in the 18-22 age group than is anorexia, with its earlier onset…
  • Transference, language, and affect in the treatment of bulimarexia. [Case Reports]
    Int J Psychoanal 1988; 69 (Pt 3):369-87Rizzuto AM
  • Bulimarexic patients in analysis seem to defend against the transference. For them, defending against the transference is the transference. They believe that the analyst does not intend to listen to them. They do not believe in the communicative function of words. Their words are used as weapons to attack the analyst, or as a decoy to avoid self-revelation. They treat the analyst's words with sar…
  • Depression and suicidality in eating disorders. [Journal Article]
    J Clin Psychiatry 1985; 46(4):118-24Viesselman JO, Roig M
  • The first 95 patients admitted to an inpatient Eating Disorders Program and diagnosed as having bulimia (binge eating only), bulimarexia (binging and purging), and anorexia nervosa (food restriction only) were evaluated for depression, suicidality, and family history. Major depression was found in 80% of patients; 20% had made suicide attempts in their life; and 40% of those attempting suicide ma…
  • Bulimia: the emergence of a syndrome. [Review]
    Aust N Z J Psychiatry 1984; 18(2):113-26Huon GF, Brown LB
  • The literature on bulimia, which has regarded it as a psychiatric entity or as a form of disordered eating, suggests that this behaviour is now widespread among the obese, among those with anorexia nervosa and those of normal weight. While physiological, psychological and sociocultural explanations and forms of treatment have been proposed, a holistic perspective on the context in which it occurs…
  • Bulimarexia and related serious eating disorders with medical complications. [Review]
    Ann Intern Med 1983; 99(6):800-7Harris RT
  • Bulimarexia, an eating disorder that is characterized by binge eating followed by self-induced vomiting or abuse of cathartic or diuretic drugs, has been defined as both a sequela of anorexia nervosa and a distinct eating disorder. In this review the presentation, prevalence, and complications of the various eating disorders--anorexia nervosa, pica, rumination disorder of infancy, and bulimia/bul…
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