Incidence and outcomes of bulimia nervosa: a nationwide population-based study.

@article{KeskiRahkonen2009IncidenceAO,
  title={Incidence and outcomes of bulimia nervosa: a nationwide population-based study.},
  author={Anna Keski-Rahkonen and Hans W Hoek and Milla S. Linna and Anu Raevuori and Elina Sihvola and Cynthia M Bulik and Aila M. Rissanen and Jaakko M Kaprio},
  journal={Psychological medicine},
  year={2009},
  volume={39 5},
  pages={
          823-31
        }
}
BACKGROUND Little is known about the epidemiology of bulimia nervosa outside clinical settings. We report the incidence, prevalence and outcomes of bulimia nervosa using for the first time a nationwide study design. METHOD To assess the incidence and natural course and outcomes of DSM-IV bulimia nervosa among women from the general population, women (n=2881) from the 1975-79 birth cohorts of Finnish twins were screened for lifetime eating disorders using a two-stage procedure consisting of a… CONTINUE READING
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