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Prevalence of Eating Disorders in Adults with Celiac Disease

Table 2

Profile of celiac disease (CD) and healthy controls (HC) groups according to EDI-2 scores in women in Table 2(a) and men in Table 2(b).
(a)

EDI-2 womenCDHC

Pulse thinness 0.001
Bulimia Ns
Dissatisfaction for own body Ns
Interpersonal diffidence 0.01
Perfectionism 0.03
Inadequacy 0.03
Interceptive awareness Ns
Fear of maturity Ns
Asceticism 0.001
Impulsivity Ns
Social insecurity 0.003

Data are expressed as means (M) and standard deviation (SD).
Data showed in bold are significantly different ( ) between groups.
Ns: not statistically significant; CD: celiac disease group; HC: Healthy controls group.
(b)

EDI-2 menCDHC

Pulse thinness Ns
Bulimia Ns
Dissatisfaction for own body Ns
Interpersonal diffidence Ns
Perfectionism Ns
Inadequacy Ns
Interceptive awareness 0.02
Fear of maturity Ns
Ascetisms Ns
Impulsivity Ns
Social insecurity Ns

Data are expressed as means (M) and standard deviation (SD). Data showed in bold are significantly different ( ) between groups.
Ns: not statistically different.

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