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Experience of treating patients with anorexia nervosa in Mexico City

Experience of treating patients with anorexia nervosa in Mexico City

Revista Chilena de Nutricion 17(1): 6-12

An interdisciplinary programme operated by the Mexican Nutrition Institute for study and management of patients with severe anorexia nervosa is described.

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