bulimia

[n] - a disorder of eating seen among young women who go on eating binges and then feel guilt and depression and self-condemnation 2. [n] - pathologically insatiable hunger (especially when caused by brain lesions)
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Bulimia

a disorder in which a person eats large amounts of food then forces vomiting or uses laxatives to prevent weight gain (called binging and purging)
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Bulimia

Excessive appetite
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Bulimia

An eating disorder characterised by binge-eating, self induced vomiting and purging or abusing laxatives
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Bulimia

Our Bulimia Main Article provides a comprehensive look at the who, what, when and how of Bulimia Bulimia: Also called bulimia nervosa. An eating disorder characterized by episodes of secretive excessive eating (binge-eating) followed by inappropriate methods of weight control, such as self-induced vomiting (purging), abuse of laxatives and diuretic
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bulimia

An eating disorder which is characterised by self-induced vomiting after eating. ... (27 Sep 1997) ...
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bulimia

noun pathologically insatiable hunger (especially when caused by brain lesions)
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bulimia

noun a disorder of eating seen among young women who go on eating binges and then feel guilt and depression and self-condemnation
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bulimia

(boo-le´me-ә) episodic binge eating usually followed by behavior designed to undo the intake of calories in the food that was eaten, such as by purging, excessive exercise, or fasting. It usually takes the form of bulimia nervosa, but also occurs in other disorders, such as anorexia nervosa. adj., bulim´ic., adj. ...
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Bulimia

• (n.) Alt. of Bulimy
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bulimia

bulimia 1. A condition in which bouts of overeating are followed by undereating, use of laxatives, or self-induced vomiting. It is associated with depression and anxiety about putting on weight. 2. An eating disorder, common especially among young women of normal or nearly normal weight, that is characterized by episodic binge eating and followed
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bulimia

bulimorexia, bulimia, boulimia 1. A ravenous or insatiable appetite for food. 2. An eating disorder marked by rapid consumption of large amounts of food, often of minimal nutritional value, in a short period of time. Such eating, or binge eating, is typically episodic and recurrent, accompanied by an awareness that such overeating is abnormal, by
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bulimia

Type: Term Pronunciation: bū-lēm′ē-ă Synonyms: bulimia nervosa
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Bulimia

A type of eating disorder in which the individual consumes large amounts of food in short periods of time and self-induces vomiting or diarrhea to control weight gain. This is a common eating disorder among mainly young females. The individual often has feelings of guilt, depression, and self-condemnation. Broader term(s): Eating Disorder
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bulimia

bulimia: see eating disorders.
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Bulimia

Bulimia is a disorder in which the patient has a morbidly voracious appetite. It is certainly not a new disorder, for it was known of in 1906.
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bulimia

Eating disorder in which large amounts of food are consumed in a short time (`binge`), usually followed by depression and self-criticism. The term is often used for bulimia nervosa, an emotional disorder in which eating is followed by deliberate vomiting and purging. This may be a chronic stage in anorexia nervosa
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Bulimia

An eating disorder characterized by voracious eating followed by forced vomiting. The resulting weight loss and malnutrition may cause anovulation.
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Bulimia

Symptoms of bulimia may include chaotic eating, bingeing, vomiting and abuse of laxatives
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BULIMIA

Eating disorder characterized by binge eating, sometimes followed by vomiting or purging.
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