Purging disorder: psychopathology and treatment outcomes.

  title={Purging disorder: psychopathology and treatment outcomes.},
  author={Giorgio Tasca and Hilary Maxwell and Meagan Bone and Anne Trinneer and Louise Balfour and Hany Bissada},
  journal={The International journal of eating disorders},
  volume={45 1},
OBJECTIVE To characterize a tertiary care treatment-seeking sample and assess post-treatment remission and completion rates for purging disorder (PD). METHOD Consecutively admitted women with PD (n = 122), anorexia nervosa (AN) restricting subtype (AN-R; n = 146), AN binge-purge subtype (AN-B; n = 154), and bulimia nervosa-purging subtype (BN-P; n = 415) were compared on general and eating disorder specific psychopathology. A subsample (n = 256) attended a day treatment program and were… CONTINUE READING


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