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Jun
2015

This study examined changes in body mass index (BMI), anorectic cognitions, and psychological distress following day program treatment.
Participants were 42 female patients from the Monash Health Butterfly eating disorder day program, with anorexia nervosa (AN) restricting type (n = 35) or AN binge-eating/purging type (n = 7), ranging from 12 to 24 years.
Participants' BMI increased significantly over time.
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