Anorexia nervosa: sources and notes

- Dean C. et al. Anorexia, bulimia: you can help your child. Ways to act from the age of 8. Dunod (2004).

- Anorexia and bulimia in adolescence - News and become. Abstracts of Amphis Day in Pediatrics, Wyeth Foundation for Child and Adolescent Health. March 19, 2004, Medec 2004.

- www.Inserm.fr, Anorexia nervosa, Dossier made in collaboration with Dr. Nathalie Godart, Department of Adolescent and Young Adult Psychiatry at the Mutualiste Institute Montsouris, Inserm Unit 669 - June 2014.

- To know: A telephone line "anorexia bulimia, info listens" is at your disposal: 0810 037 037 (number azur: price of a local call).

Author and update: Sylvie Charbonnier and Dr. Ada Picard, psychiatrist.
Expert consultant: Dr. Christine Foulon, psychiatrist.

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