Clinical features in insulin-treated diabetes with comorbid diabulimia, disordered eating behaviors and eating disorders

@article{Deiana2016ClinicalFI,
  title={Clinical features in insulin-treated diabetes with comorbid diabulimia, disordered eating behaviors and eating disorders},
  author={Valeria Deiana and Enrica Diana and Federica Pinna and M.G. Atzeni and Federica Medda and Daniela Manca and E. Mascia and Fernando Farci and Massimo Ghiani and Rossella Cau and Marta Tuveri and Eleonora Cossu and Lapteva Elena and Stefano Mariotti and Bernardo Carpiniello},
  journal={European Psychiatry},
  year={2016},
  volume={33},
  pages={S81 - S81}
}

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