Intestinal Bypass Surgery for Morbid Obesity: Long-Term Results

De Wind, Loren T.; Payne, J. Howard
September 2014
JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association;9/3/2014, Vol. 312 Issue 9, p966
Academic Journal
The article discusses the benefits the long-term results for patients undergoing intestinal bypass surgery for treating morbid obesity. It outlines the results of a weight loss management therapy for patients after the surgery. It also notes on the increasing death rate from patients with bypass-related health complications.


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