A retrospective comparison of purging type disorders: eating disorder not otherwise specified and bulimia nervosa.
What does EDNOS stand for?
EDNOS stands for Eating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified
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- Earth Day Network Philippines
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Samples in periodicals archive:
EDNOS, which stands for eating disorder not otherwise specified, are different to what people associate with anorexia and bulimia.
The two full-blown DSM-IV eating disorders associated with type 1 diabetes are bulimia nervosa and eating disorder not otherwise specified (EDNOS).
Seven (50%) of them had bulimia nervosa, four (29%) had binge-eating disorder, and three (21%) had an eating disorder not otherwise specified.
uk) What is missing from the guidelines highlights an unfortunate failure in evidence-based medicine for eating disorders: the complete lack of data on the most common of the eating disorders: EDNOS, or eating disorder not otherwise specified.
The Eating Disorder Not Otherwise Specified (EDNOS) is particularly problematic as a diagnosis for this age group.
Eight percent met criteria for current bulimia nervosa, 8% for current anorexia nervosa, and 45% for eating disorder not otherwise specified, with several having more than one eating disorder.