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Eßstörungen

  • M. de Zwaan
  • A. Strnad
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Zusammenfassung

Die 4. Auflage des Diagnostischen und Statistischen Manuals der Amerikanischen Psychiatrie-gesellschaft (DSM-IV, APA 1994) definiert zwei Formen von Eßstörungen: Anorexia nervosa (AN) und Bulimia nervosa (BN). Tentativ wurde eine weitere Form von Eßstörung definiert, welche im Kern eine BN ohne gegensteuernde Maßnahmen darstellt und als Binge eating disorder (BED) bezeichnet wird. Die BED wurde in den Anhang des DSM-IV aufgenommen, in dem Störungen zusammengefaßt sind, die noch weiterer Forschung bedürfen, bevor sie als eigenständige Diagnose zugelassen werden (APA 1994).

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