Addressing atypical anorexia: Part 2

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Dr. Erin Harrop discusses the necessity of understanding that eating disorders do not all look the same in every patient and how a multidisciplinary approach could be an effective way to diagnose and manage anorexia nervosa that is atypical.

In the first episode of this series Dr. Erin Harrop discussed how declaring an obesity epidemic and fat bias, both societal and within medicine, may lead to the delayed or even missed diagnosis of atypical anorexia in patients.

In this second episode of the series, she discusses the necessity of understanding that eating disorders do not all look the same in every patient and how a multidisciplinary approach could be an effective way to diagnose and manage anorexia nervosa that is atypical.

The first episode in the series is available here and the third episode is available here.

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