Gastric Bypass Roux-En-Y
In this procedure both techniques combine both restrictive as malabsorptive. To achieve this, staples are used to create a small pouch in the upper stomach, which decreases the amount of food the patient can consume.
Additionally a portion of the small intestine is obviated, which produces a delay in the mixing of food and does not allow complete absorption of calories. In most cases, patients report an early sense of fullness combined with some satisfaction, reducing the desire to eat.
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