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Gastric bypass with unknown intestinal malrotation: Required attitude.

Kassir R, Blanc P, Varlet F, Breton C, Lointier P - Int J Surg Case Rep (2013)

Bottom Line: The result in weight loss was perfect and identical to that of patients without anatomical abnormality.Bariatric surgeons need to be aware of these abnormalities.If a common mesentery is present the gastric bypass can still be performed.

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Affiliation: Department of Digestive Surgery, Clinique Chirurgicale Mutualiste, Saint Etienne, France. Electronic address: radwankassir42@hotmail.Fr.

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post-operative oeso-gastro-duodenal transit: appearances showing a complete.common mesentery with all of the small intestine loops shifted to the right of the midline. The duodenojejunal angle is not evident and is placed on the right.
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Gastric bypass with unknown intestinal malrotation: Required attitude.

Kassir R, Blanc P, Varlet F, Breton C, Lointier P - Int J Surg Case Rep (2013)

post-operative oeso-gastro-duodenal transit: appearances showing a complete.common mesentery with all of the small intestine loops shifted to the right of the midline. The duodenojejunal angle is not evident and is placed on the right.
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fig0015: post-operative oeso-gastro-duodenal transit: appearances showing a complete.common mesentery with all of the small intestine loops shifted to the right of the midline. The duodenojejunal angle is not evident and is placed on the right.
Bottom Line: The result in weight loss was perfect and identical to that of patients without anatomical abnormality.Bariatric surgeons need to be aware of these abnormalities.If a common mesentery is present the gastric bypass can still be performed.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Digestive Surgery, Clinique Chirurgicale Mutualiste, Saint Etienne, France. Electronic address: radwankassir42@hotmail.Fr.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus