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    Anorexia Nervosa Conditions

    Anorexia Nervosa, What is anorexia nervosa? Anorexia nervosa (often just called anorexia) is an eating disorder. It is ten times as common in females as in males...

    Anorexia Nervosa Professional

    Anorexia Nervosa, Prognosis [ 1 ] Anorexia nervosa has a variable prognosis. Anorexia nervosa has the highest mortality of all psychiatric conditions. , anorex...

    Bulimia Nervosa Conditions

    Bulimia Nervosa, For example, in anorexia nervosa you are very underweight, whereas in bulimia nervosa, you are most likely to be normal weight or overweight. , bulimia ...

    Bulimia Nervosa Professional

    Bulimia Nervosa, Sporadic bingeing in other psychiatric disorders - eg, depression . Anorexia nervosa with bulimic features. Other forms of eating disorder which can be diff...

    Abnormal Weight Loss Professional

    Depression. Anorexia nervosa. Psychoses. Manipulative behaviour, food phobias. Parkinson's disease . [ 5 ] Presentation Patients may realise themselves that...

    Gastrointestinal Malabsorption Conditions

    Eating disorders: anorexia nervosa , bulimia nervosa . What tests are needed? Initial tests will include blood tests and stool tests .

    Absent or Irregular Periods Conditions

    You have lost weight or have symptoms of anorexia nervosa. ( See separate leaflet called Anorexia Nervosa for more details .) You feel unwell in yourself in any other way.

    Urine Ketones - Meanings and False Positives Conditions

    Starvation: not eating for prolonged periods (for example, 12 to 18 hours). Anorexia nervosa . Bulimia nervosa . Alcohol dependency . Ketogenic diet (high-fat, low-car...

    Bupropion (Zyban®) Conditions

    Have ever had anorexia nervosa or bulimia nervosa. Have bipolar affective disorder (manic depression). Are withdrawing abruptly from benzodiazepines or alcohol dependence.

    Chilblains Conditions

    Having anorexia nervosa , or other conditions giving you a low body mass index (BMI) . What are the symptoms of chilblains?

    Summary Causes Symptoms Treatment

    Urine Ketones - Meanings and False Positives Professional

    Starvation: Not eating for prolonged periods (12-18 hours). Anorexia nervosa . Bulimia nervosa .  Alcoholism .  Prolonged vomiting. Rapid weigh...

    Amenorrhoea Professional

    Body mass index (BMI) is rarely above 19 where this is the case, and at least 10% of normal body weight has been lost. Anorexia nervosa and other eating disorders including bulimia nervo...

    Catatonia and Catalepsy Professional

    Substance intoxication or drug withdrawal. Anorexia nervosa . Infection Meningitis and/or encephalitis. Neurosyphilis. AIDS .

    Pellagra Professional

    Eating disorders - eg, anorexia nervosa. [ 2 ] Hartnup's disease - congenital malabsorption of tryptophan from the intestine and kidney.

    Ageing Feet Conditions

    Conditions such as early menopause and anorexia nervosa in women, which affect the periods). Testicular failure (sometimes called andropause).

    Vitamin C Deficiency Professional

    People with type 1 diabetes and those on haemodialysis or peritoneal dialysis, because of increased vitamin C requirements. Anorexia nervosa or anorexia from other diseases such a...

    Postmenopausal Bleeding Professional

    Definition Postmenopausal bleeding (PMB) is defined for practical purposes as vaginal bleeding occurring after twelve months of amenorrhoea, in a woman of the age where the menopause can be expecte...

    Lipodystrophy Syndrome Professional

    Differential diagnosis Lipoatrophy Consider:  Malnutrition . Anorexia nervosa . Hyperthyroidism . Cancer cachexia . Severe chronic infection. Adrenal insu...

    Hirsutism Professional

    Other causes include severe insulin resistance, anorexia nervosa, prolactinoma, acromegaly, hypothyroidism and porphyria. Hirsutism in children Familial or ethnic hirsutism usuall...

    Genitourinary History and Examination (Female) Professional

    Record BMI (low BMI suggesting anorexia nervosa). Extrinsic hormonal causes: drugs such as the contraceptive pill, and progestogen-only contraceptive methods.

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