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(bulimia boulimia)
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  • [A submandibular swelling: the salivary gland?]. [Case Reports]
    Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd 2004; 148(51):2525-9Strabbing EM, de Visscher JG, van der Waal I
  • Four patients, three men aged 32, 51 and 74 years, respectively, and a woman aged 34 years, presented with a submandibular swelling. In all four patients, the swelling was caused by submandibular salivary-gland disease. The first patient appeared to have chronic sialoadenitis due to sialolithiasis, in the second patient the diagnosis was sialoadenosis due to anorexia-boulimia, the third patient h…
  • [Oral complications of anorexia nervosa, bulimia nervosa and other metabolic disorders]. [Case Reports]
    Ned Tijdschr Tandheelkd 2001; 108(6):242-7van Nieuw Amerongen A, Vissink A
  • Eating disorders like anorexia nervosa and boulimia nervosa may have consequences for both the oral tissues and the salivary glands. In the oral cavity these eating disorders result frequently in dental erosion, but also in dental caries. The salivary glands are regularly swollen without pain; a hypofunction in the salivary secretory process may develop resulting in dry mouth feelings. In this pa…
  • [Vaginal cytology in eating disorders in young girls]. [Case Reports]
    Rev Fr Gynecol Obstet 1995 May-Jun; 90(5-6):291-6Nicoli JM, Salvan AM, Nicoli RM
  • Critical review of eating disorders in girls, based upon five cases:four of anorexia nervosa and one of boulimia, such problems neing accompanied from a gynecologic standpoint by amenorrhea. Interpretation of colpocytologic findings, differing between cases. Suggestion of the central nervous origin of these disorders.
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