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がん種類別・ステージ別 5年生存率の詳細データ (NHK)

国立がん研究センターが発表した、5年生存率のがんの種類・ステージ別のデータは以下のとおりです。全体の生存率が高い順に示します。 前立腺がん ▽ステージ1=100...

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Amenorrhea in Eating Disorders: poor stability of symptom after a one-year treatment.

著者 Abbate Daga G , Campisi S , Marzola E , Rocca G , Peris C , Campagnoli C , Peloso A , Vesco S , Rigardetto R , Fassino S
Eat Weight Disord.2011 Sep 26 ; ():.
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Department of Neuroscience, Section of Psychiatry, Eating Disorders Centre, University of Turin; via Cherasco 11, Turin - 10126, Italy.

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Objective: To examine whether patients with Eating Disorders (ED) who restore menses differ from those who remain amenorrheic after treatment and to provide longitudinal data about this debated criterion of Anorexia Nervosa (AN). Methods: 184 outpatients were recruited: 50 patients with AN Restrictive type, 75 amenorrheic Eating Disorders Not Otherwise Specified (EDNOS) patients, 24 patients who recovered from AN with persistent amenorrhea, and 35 amenorrheic patients without ED. All subjects were clinically assessed by psychiatrists and gynaecologists at the beginning of treatment and at the one-year follow-up. They also completed several psychometric tests: Eating Disorder Inventory II, Temperament and Character Inventory, and Beck Depression Inventory. Results: After treatment, a large portion of the sample resumed menses but very few recovered completely from the ED. No psychopathological variables could clearly predict the recovery of menses in the different groups. However, Body Mass Index and some biological variables were associated with restoration of menses in ED patients. Conclusion: Resumption of menses was not associated with a less severe eating symptomatology at the beginning of treatment nor with unequivocal psychopathological changes after treatment. It is important that clinicians consider not only the presence or absence of regular menses but also that they improve the ED screening and assessment in amenorrheic patients. Amenorrhea does not seem to represent a specific predictor of severity of illness or to have prognostic value.
PMID: 22024566 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
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