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Question Most common Finding in anorexia nervosa

A 16 year old woman is brought to your office by her mother for medical evaluation. Her mother has been out of country on a long business trip for 8 months and upon her return, she was shocked to notice that her daughter looked much skinnier than she was 8 months ago. The patient has lost about 30 lbs weight in the past 8 months and reports irregular menstruation. She is fearful of gaining weight and has been exercising excessively. Physical examination reveals a very thin woman with a Body Mass Index (BMI) of 16. She has fine, downy dark hair all over her body. Which of the following findings are frequently seen in association with this condition?

A) Diarrhea
B) Tachycardia
C) Hyperkalemia
D) Decreased Bone mineral density
E) Metabolic Acidosis
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D) Decreased Bone mineral density
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