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Small, Medium, or Large? Characterizing Bone Structure at Presentation of Youth With Eating Disorders in the Inpatient and Outpatient Settings

Nicole Neifert

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School: Hudson High School
Internship Track: Applied Medicine
Year 2017
Mentor: Ellen Rome, MD, MPH
Co-Mentor(s): Veronica Issac, MD
Department(s): Department of General Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine
Abstract: Individuals with eating disorders often have distorted body images. When a person has a large bone structure, he or she may perceive himself/herself as fat. This study was conducted to examine and compare bone structures of patients with eating disorders in inpatient and outpatient settings. This study showed that patients with eating disorders tended to have large bone structures.