Yeme Bozukluklarında Özkıyım Davranışı

Öncü, Bedriye; Sakarya, Direnç
January 2013
Current Approaches in Psychiatry / Psikiyatride Guncel Yaklasiml;2013, Vol. 5 Issue 1, p48
Academic Journal
Suicide associated mortality rates are notable for eating disorders. Crude mortality rate associated with suicide, varies between 0% and 5.3% in patients with eating disorders. Prominent risk factors for suicidal behavior among these patients are subtype of the eating disorders, comorbid psychiatric diagnosis (e.g. depression, alcohol and substance abuse, personality disorders), ultrarapid drug metabolism, history of childhood abuse and particular family dynamics. In this article, suicidal behavior and associated factors in eating disorders are briefly reviewed.


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