Eating Disorders and Obesity: A Comprehensive Handbook

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Index
Abdominal fat, 378, 423, 477–483
Activity. See Physical activity
Addictive disorders
eating disorders and, 199–203
Adipose tissue
fat distribution, 377–378, 479–481
leptin and, 8–9, 68, 273, 462
measurement of, 121–125, 377–379
Adolescents
dieting in, 81–81, 223
obesity in, 396, 456–462
Affective disorders
eating disorders and, 193–198, 240– 241
Age. See also Childhood obesity
body weight and, 413, 429–430, 445, 417
obesity and, 449–452
Alcoholism
body weight and, 556
eating disorders and, 199–203
Anorexia nervosa
anxiety disorders and, 193–194
assessment, 141–146, 298–302
atypical anorexia nervosa, 171–177, 262
bone abnormalities, 270–271, 282, 337–338
cardiovascular abnormalities, 269–270, 279–280
childhood-onset, 210–212
clinical features, 162–166, 169, 211– 212
cognitive-behavioral theory, 308–309
comorbidity and, 193–195, 240–241
course, 175, 226–230
depression and, 163, 194–195
diabetes and, 286–290, 338
diagnosis, 141–142, 155–158, 160, 171–174, 188, 190, 210–211, 261, 299–300
dieting and, 95–97
distribution, 189–190, 233–237
electrolyte abnormalities, 269, 278– 279, 337
endocrine abnormalities, 267–269, 280–282
etiology, 175, 189, 251–252, 272–273, 275–276
family characteristics, 215–220, 241
family–genetic studies, 238–242
history, 151–154
males and, 188–192
medical complications, 269–271, 278– 285, 337–338
molecular genetics, 243–246
neurotransmitters, 272–277
outcome, 175, 226–230
personality, 204–206, 275
physical aspects, 211, 269
physiology, 267–71
prevalence, 190, 233–234
prevention, 258, 263, 367–71
pro-anorexia web sites, 365
prognostic factors, 191, 212
reproductive function, 282–283

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