The neurotransmitter in psychogenic vomiting patients

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This article describes the clinical and neurochemical correlations for eating disorders. These peculiarities must be considered in differential diagnosis and treatment of psychogenic vomiting and anorexia nervosa with bulimic episodes. Described disturbances of catecholamine excretion indicate reduction of adaptation mechanisms in conditions of prolonged food deprivation, which is a powerful psycho-emotional stress

N A Agadzhanyan

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: msartemieva@mail.ru

M S Artem’ieva

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: msartemieva@mail.ru

I A Kovaleva

Scientific Center of Social and Forensic Psychiatry n.a. Serbsky

Email: msartemieva@mail.ru

B M Kogan

Scientific Center of Social and Forensic Psychiatry n.a. Serbsky

Email: msartemieva@mail.ru

T S Filatova

Scientific Center of Social and Forensic Psychiatry n.a. Serbsky

Email: msartemieva@mail.ru

A Z Drozdov

Scientific Center of Social and Forensic Psychiatry n.a. Serbsky

Email: alex00582@yandex.ru

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