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Management of eating disorders at a regional referral centre for diabetes and endocrinology

, : Management of eating disorders at a regional referral centre for diabetes and endocrinology. BNF Nutrition Bulletin 21(SUP 1): 39-43

Summaries of the outcome of 5 year audits of the management and medical disorders of overweight patients and anorexia nervosa patients, treated at the Metabolic Unit at the Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast, Northern Ireland, are presented.

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