Trastornos de alimentación en la infancia y adolescencia. Nuevas perspectivas para nuevos tiempos
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Trastornos de alimentación

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Graell Berna, M. (2020). Trastornos de alimentación en la infancia y adolescencia. Nuevas perspectivas para nuevos tiempos. Revista De Psiquiatría Infanto-Juvenil, 37(3), 3-7. https://doi.org/10.31766/revpsij.v37n3a1

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Los trastornos de alimentación y de la ingesta (TAI) son trastornos mentales graves con frecuente inicio en la infancia y la adolescencia. El curso clínico es episódico con tendencia a la recaída y la cronicidad, puede prolongarse entre 4 y 8 años; presentan diversas complicaciones médicas (principalmente derivadas de la malnutrición) y psiquiátricas que generan la tasa de mortalidad más elevada de todas las enfermedades mentales. El interés de los investigadores -de ciencias básicas, salud mental y nutrición- por estos trastornos ha experimentado un importante incremento en los últimos 20 años si atendemos al análisis bibliométrico de publicaciones indexadas, lo cual ha permitido avanzar en el conocimiento de la naturaleza, etiopatogenia y nosología de los TAI que deberá proyectarse progresivamente en el abordaje clínico-terapéutico. 

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