Bariatric and Metabolic Surgery [electronic resource] : Indications, Complications and Revisional Procedures / edited by Luigi Angrisani
- Milano : Springer Milan : Imprint: Springer, 2017.
- Physical Description:
- XV, 206 pages 29 illustrations, 23 illustrations in color : online resource
- Additional Creators:
- Angrisani, Luigi and SpringerLink (Online service)
- 1 History of Obesity Surgery in Italy -- 2 Current indications to Bariatric Surgery in adult and children -- 3 Bariatric Surgery Worlwide -- 4 Evolution of Bariatric Surgery in Italy -- TECHNIQUES AND COMPLICATIONS – 5 Gastric Banding -- 6 Sleeve Gastrectomy -- 7 Gastric Bypass -- 8 One Anastomosis Gastric Bypass -- 9 Standard Bilio-Pancreatic-Diversion -- 10 Duodenal Switch -- 11 Single Anastomosis Duodeno-Ileal Bypass with Sleeve Gastrectomy -- 12 Ileal Interposition -- REVISIONAL SURGERY – 13 The problem of weight regain -- 14 Band Revision and Conversion to other procedures -- 15 Sleeve Revision and Conversion to other procedures -- 16 RYGB Revision and Conversion to other procedures -- SELECTED TOPICS – 17 The problem of GERD and Hiatal Hernia -- 18 Diabetes Surgery: current indications and techniques -- 19 Endoluminal Procedures -- 20 Other Bariatric Operations.
- This book describes the surgical bariatric procedures most frequently performed worldwide and examines their evolution in recent years both within Italy and internationally. For each operation, indications, the surgical technique, potential complications, and the outcomes with respect to weight and obesity-associated comorbidities are presented. In view of the significant failure rate revealed by studies on the long-term results of bariatric surgery, the problem of weight regain and revision surgery are also discussed in detail, covering the different types of revision, conversion to other procedures, and the main outcomes. In addition, individual chapters focus on selected topics of importance. The role of bariatric surgery in the cure of type 2 diabetes (“diabetes surgery”) is discussed and the debate over the significance of gastroesophageal reflux disease and hiatal hernia for choice of procedure is summarized. Finally, the most common endoluminal procedures, which have been gaining in importance, are described and other bariatric operations, outlined.
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