The purpose of this study was to systematically review the reliability of scores on the Eating Disorder Examination EDE and the Eating Disorder Examination-Questionnaire EDE-Q and to examine the validity of their use as measures of eating disorder symptoms. Articles describing the psychometric properties of the EDE and EDE-Q were identified in a systematic search of major computer databases and a review of reference lists. Articles were selected based on a priori inclusion and exclusion criteria. Fifteen studies were identified that examined the psychometrics of the EDE, whereas 10 studies were found that examined the psychometrics of the EDE-Q.
Identifying and Treating Eating Disorders and Comorbidity
Identifying and Treating Eating Disorders and Comorbidity in Adults and Adolescents
This memory aid can help you spot often-overlooked signs and behaviors that suggest problematic eating. Although eating disorders can be life-threatening, 1 many patients remain undiagnosed until late in the disease course. Early identification and treatment may reduce the risk of chronic health consequences and mortality. Based on the DSM-IV-TR categorical approach, many clinicians think of anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa as the primary eating disorders. However, eating disorder not otherwise specified tends to be the most common diagnosis. It is easy to suspect an eating disorder in patients of very low weight, but patients who are of normal weight or obese also may have an eating disorder. The mnemonic ABCDE can help you remember key components of assessing patients who might have an eating disorder.
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Identifying and Treating OFSED in the Elderly Adult
A person with an eating disorder typically becomes preoccupied with controlling their weight, which can lead them to make unhealthy choices about food. This can have an extremely detrimental effect on their physical and psychological wellbeing, and can even be fatal. At Priory, we recognise that eating disorders are complex conditions and are unique to each individual.
Swedish researchers examined outcomes for adult women who sought treatment at the Stockholm Centre for Eating Disorders over a period of two years and nine months. Out of 1, women who came to the clinic 1, remained eligible for the study, after excluding women whose symptoms did not fulfill the DSM-IV criteria for eating disorders or had incomplete records. Of these, seven hundred patients could not be reached or declined to participate, leaving for follow-up.