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Chronic eating disorders (dystrophy)

Dystrophies (from the Greek. Dys - disorder, trophe - nutrition) are chronic eating disorders that are characterized by impaired absorption of nutrients by the body's tissues due to disorders of the digestive processes and absorption of nutrients in the gastrointestinal tract or quantitative and qualitative disorders in feeding a child . Dystrophies are of three types - malnutrition (malnutrition), obesity, obesity (excessive nutrition) and paratrophy (chronic eating disorder with normal length and body weight, or weight over length, or excess of both (up to 10%) above age norms).

K l and with and f and to and c and I dystrophies at children of early age are presented to tab. 25

Tab. 25. Classification of dystrophies in young children

Type of Power Periods Origin The reasons
dystrophy gravity exogenous endogenous
Hypotrophy 1, 2, 3 Elementary Prenatal Alimentary Anomalies
(lag Progress Postnatal (protein constitution
body mass tion Prenatal energy defects
from growth) Stabilization postnatal insufficient vitia internal
tion ness) them organs
Reconnaissance Infectious chromosomal
Paratrophy: centretsii Toxic diseases.
with prevailing Primary (na
by mass investigative)
bodies over enzymopathies:
growth; primary
with uniform- violations
but abundantly cleavage and
accurate suction;
body weight hereditary
and height; pathology of
with normal on substances.
Noah mass Immunodeficiency
soi body and cytological and neural
by height endocrine
diseases and
Mixed (exogenous and
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Chronic eating disorders (dystrophy)

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