eating disorders

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摂食障害 ED

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  • Contribution of neurotensin in the immune and neuroendocrine modulation of normal and abnormal enteric function.
  • Kalafatakis K, Triantafyllou K.AbstractAmong various hormones, which are synthesized by intestinal cells and influence enteric function, neurotensin (NT) has gained scientific attention the last three decades. This neuropeptide, mainly located in neuronal synaptic vesicles of hypothalamus and in neuroendocrine cells of the small bowel, participates in enteric digestive processes, gut motility and intestinal inflammatory mechanisms by cooperating with other regulators such as histamine, substance P and somatostatin. NT plays an important role mainly in intestinal lipid metabolism by cooperating with cholecystokinin and establishes a hormonal brain-gut-adipose tissue connection, which could adjust appetite, weight status and generally eating behavior with the amount and the content (particularly fat) of food intake. Moreover, NT achieves a multi-level control of intestinal motility by cooperating with the enteric- and central nervous system, and other enteric hormones (such as somatostatin). NT regulates motility patterns related to the efficiency of the digestive process, stool emptying, transition from the fasted to the postprandial state and reestablishment of the fasted status. In addition, NT possesses a long-term enteroprotective role towards the intestinal tract, despite the fact that under certain circumstances NT may participate in short-term subcellular pathways promoting an acute inflammatory response. The aim of this review is two-fold. First, is to provide an up-to-date synopsis of the available knowledge regarding the involvement of neurotensin in enteric functional status, and highlight its significance in physiological and pathological conditions. Second, is to propose new research directions concerning the role of neurotensin and other intestinal regulatory peptides in the establishment of the brain-gut axis and in the development of functional disorders of the abdominal tract. Conclusively, to clarify the areas, in which an experimental therapeutic intervention, based on NT analogs, may lead to encouraging results.
  • Regulatory peptides.Regul Pept.2011 Oct 10;170(1-3):7-17. Epub 2011 May 4.
  • Among various hormones, which are synthesized by intestinal cells and influence enteric function, neurotensin (NT) has gained scientific attention the last three decades. This neuropeptide, mainly located in neuronal synaptic vesicles of hypothalamus and in neuroendocrine cells of the small bowel, p
  • PMID 21549161

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  • A One-Message Question in a Structured Interview: Investigating Psychological Needs of Children and Adolescents with Eating Disorders Directed toward Their Mothers
  • Watanabe Kumi,Okada Ayumi,Okabe Nobuyuki,Onishi Masaru,Morishima Tsuneo
  • Acta Medica Okayama 65(3), 185-192, 2011-06
  • … The purpose of this study was to investigate the psychological needs of children and adolescents with eating disorders (ED) directed toward their mothers. … Patients with ED have low self-assertion and various abnormal eating behaviors. …
  • NAID 120003132513

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Eating disorders refer to a group of conditions defined by abnormal eating habits that may involve either insufficient or excessive food intake to the detriment of an individual's physical and mental health. ...

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先読み摂食障害」「ED
関連記事disorder」「eating

摂食障害」

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eating disorder ED, eating disturbance, eating pathology, anorexia, feeding disorder, problem with eating
食行動異常
神経性過食症食欲不振食欲不振症無食欲食欲低下食思不振栄養補給障害幼児摂食障害
ICD-10
F50

分類

ICD-10

F50 Eating disorders
F50.0 anorexia nervosa
F50.1 atypical anorexia nervosa
F50.2 bulimia nervosa
F50.3 atypical bulimia nervosa
F50.4 overeating associated with other psychological disturbances
F50.5 vomiting associated with other psychological disturbances
F50.8 other eating disorders
F50.9 eating disorder, unspecified

参考

  • 分類

[display]http://priory.com/psych/ICD.htm
[display]http://www.swedauk.org/disorders/definitions.htm




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disorder」

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  • 障害:個人的苦痛や機能の障害があるので「疾病」とは言えるものの、その背景にある臓器障害がもう一つはっきりしない場合に用いられる。(PSY.9)
  • n.
  • an untidy state; a lack of order or organization (⇔order)
  • violent behaviour of large groups of people
  • an illness that cause a part of the body to stop functioning correctly
  • 注意
disease <> illness <> disorder
  • vt.
  • 乱す、乱雑にする。(人)の(心身の)調子を狂わせる。
  • vi.

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「bring disorder to」
disarray

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「a physical condition in which there is a disturbance of normal functioning; "the doctor prescribed some medicine for the disorder"; "everyone gets stomach upsets from time to time"」
upset

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「a disturbance of the peace or of public order」

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「〈U〉『無秩序』,混乱,乱雑(confusion) / 《しばしば複数形で》(社会的・政治的な)粉争,騒動 / 〈C〉(肉体的・精神的な)不調,異常,障害 / …‘の'秩序を乱す / 〈心身〉‘に'異常を起こさせる」


eating」

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  • n.
dietdieteticdinnerfeedfeedingfood intakeingestionmealprandial


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「the act of consuming food」
feeding




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