London, People with anorexia usually eat very little and exercise excessively, so do not be surprised if his body will be very thin. But so bad, women who have had anorexia for 16 years no longer able to survive and eventually died.
Kate Chilver weight (31 years) is only 29.8 kg and lean body to the stomach and intestines ‘dead’ because of lack of blood supply. Beyond help end his life after battling the eating disorder anorexia for 16 years.
I was so skinny, her facial bones look very prominent. His body even looks just like bones wrapped in skin. Doctors say cases of anorexia Kate is one of the worst case, because there has never been a case like this before.
According to doctors, for 2 decades (20 years) Kate’s weight comes from Ealing, London, is always below the normal limit is dangerous. BMI (body mass index) that healthy is between 20 to 25, when less than 15 then it could be categorized as severe anorexia.Kate even smaller BMI of 12 and had only reached number 9.
“I knew her since she was referred to our service in 2004. He started getting sick with anorexia sejar around the age of 12 years. He is patient with anorexia worst I have ever met,” explains Dr Frances Connan, a consultant psychologist at the Vincent Square Clinic, London, as Dailymail reported.
According to Dr Connan, BMI Kate Kate never reached number 9, but is very rare there are people with a BMI under 10. The doctor finally gave her food through a tube to improve his health, but all attempts failed doctor.
He never recovered and allowed to go home, but after 6 months of weight quickly fell back, until finally into the level that can be life threatening. He finally had to be sent back to the eating disorders unit.
For 16 years suffering from anorexia, she has never responded to medication, he was also not able to engage in psychotherapy.
At post mortem examination (autopsy), the hospital’s medical staff found that heart weight is less than half the weight and the weight should badanya less than 30 kg.
Officers also found that the tissue in the intestine and stomach have died because of poor blood circulation. This occurs because the artery has been closed from the pressure inside the body, in the absence of intra-abdominal fat to ‘cushion’.
“What happened to Kate is a very rare complication and unexpected. The blood vessels are usually cushioned by fat but she did not have intra-abdominal fat to provide it,” explained Dr Fiona Wilcox, coroner anorexia nervosa.
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