Follow-up of Eating Disorder Patients From a 15-year Period.
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Retrospective follow-up study of former eating disorder patients in child- and adolescent psychiatry on psychiatric symptoms and social intelligence.
Condition or disease
Eating Disorder Symptoms
Former patients and their parents were contacted 3 to 15 years after their completed treatment for eating disorders at Levanger Hospital, Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Department, in the period from 1988 to 2002. Interviews focusing on general psychiatric symptom, specific eating disorder symptoms, social intelligence and consumer satisfaction. Parents were also contacted and interviewed on consumer satisfaction.
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