Нервная анорексия и нервная булимия: от истории к современности

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Барыльник Ю.Б., Филиппова Н.В., Деева М.А., Гусева М.А. Нервная анорексия и нервная булимия: от истории к современности // Российский психиатрический журнал. 2016. №3. С. 36-45.

Аннотация

Расстройства пищевого поведения, такие как нервная анорексия и нервная булимия, в течение многих лет остаются важной медико- социальной проблемой. Будучи достаточно распространенными среди девочек-подростков, эти заболевания часто попадают в поле зрения врачей-психиатров лишь на этапе выраженных соматических нарушений. Кроме того, пациенткам с нервной анорексией и булимией свойственна низкая комплайентность, а также высокий уровень распространенности коморбидной патологии. В этой связи дальнейшее изучение вопросов патогенеза, своевременного выявления и терапии пищевых расстройств представляются крайне актуальными для современной психиатрии.

Ключевые слова расстройства пищевого поведения; нервная анорексия; нервная булимия; коморбидность; аффективные нарушения

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