NTR 222 Exam 3 Notes - Final Exam 1 The Maudsley method of...

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Final Exam 1. The Maudsley method of treating anorexia emphasizes the parent's role in deciding what an adolescent with anorexia must eat. 2. An example of an Other Specified Feeding/Eating Disorder is someone who purges frequently but doesn’t binge. 3. The diagnostic criteria shared by both anorexia and bulimia are undue influence of body weight or shape on self-evaluation. 4. Body dimorphic disorder is a preoccupation with one’s appearance. 5. The most appropriate professional to treat an eating disorder is a psychologist. 6. A risk factor for developing osteoporosis is low body weight. 7. Calcium, vitamin D and exercise are most effective at building bone in young adults, particularly under the age of 30. 8. Increasing levels of parathyroid hormone can be caused by low levels of vitamin D. 9. Osteoporosis is best defined as a metabolic disease in which changes at the cellular level decrease bone strength. 10. The American College of Pediatrics advises parents to supplement children with vitamin D if they don’t get enough from dietary sources.

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