Is it an eating disorder, gastrointestinal disorder, or both?

@article{Bern2013IsIA,
  title={Is it an eating disorder, gastrointestinal disorder, or both?},
  author={Elana M. Bern and Rebecca Flynn O'Brien},
  journal={Current Opinion in Pediatrics},
  year={2013},
  volume={25},
  pages={463–470}
}
Purpose of review The authors examine the differential diagnosis for gastrointestinal disorders that should be considered in individuals who present with nonspecific gastrointestinal and nutritional complaints suggestive of an eating disorder. Recent findings This review first identifies diseases with which eating disorders are often confused and then explores features in the history, physical examination, and laboratory studies, which can provide clues to the cause of the patient's symptoms… Expand
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