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Although EDNOS (formerly called atypical eating disorder) was originally introduced in DSM-III to capture unusual cases, [7] it accounts for up to 60% [1] of cases in eating disorder specialty clinics. EDNOS is an especially prevalent category in populations that have received inadequate research attention such as young children, males, ethnic minorities , and non-Western groups. [8]

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    Eisenberg, D., Nicklett, E., Roeder, K., & Kirz, N. (2011) “Eating disorders Symptoms Among College Students: Prevalence, Persistence, Correlates, and Treatment-Seeking.” Journal of American College Health, 59-8, 700-707.

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    Although EDNOS (formerly called atypical eating disorder) was originally introduced in DSM-III to capture unusual cases, [7] it accounts for up to 60% [1] of cases in eating disorder specialty clinics. EDNOS is an especially prevalent category in populations that have received inadequate research attention such as young children, males, ethnic minorities , and non-Western groups. [8]

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    Eisenberg, D., Nicklett, E., Roeder, K., & Kirz, N. (2011) “Eating disorders Symptoms Among College Students: Prevalence, Persistence, Correlates, and Treatment-Seeking.” Journal of American College Health, 59-8, 700-707.

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