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RMJ. 2007; 32(1): 76-78


Association of Anorexia Nervosa with Depression

Fawad Kaiser, Amna Syed, Amna Qazi.

Abstract
Anorexia Nervosa is one of the important causes of depression. This paper also aims to
evaluate prevalence of all types of mood disorders in order to yield comparable estimates
of them in general. The possibility of anorexia nervosa as a depression equivalent or a
depression spectrum disorder must be seriously questioned. (Rawal Med J 2007;32:76-
78)

Key words: Key Words: Anorexia Nervosa, Depression, Comorbidity, SSRI



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