Bypass surgery for obesity

November 1976
British Medical Journal;11/27/1976, Vol. 2 Issue 6047, p1278
Academic Journal
Examines the efficacy of intestinal bypass surgery for the management of obesity. Procedure of the bypass; Rate of operative complication; Explanation for the change of eating habit; Evaluation of weight loss after surgery.


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