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Anorexia Nervosa (cont.)

Follow-up

Treatment of anorexia nervosa often takes years, during which time close follow-up with a doctor is essential.

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Richard Morton first described anorexia nervosa more than 300 years ago, in 1689, as a condition of "a Nervous Consumption" caused by "sadness, and anxious Cares."

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