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RE Barry, J Barisch, GA Bray, MA Sperling, RJ Morin and J Benfield Gastrointestinal anatomy and function has been studied prospectively in 12 patients undergoing jejunoileal bypass surgery in order to investigate the adaptive response of the intestinal mucosa. The total thickness of the jejunal...
DH Lockwood, JM Amatruda, RT Moxley, T Pozefsky and JK Boitnott Previous work in our laboratory and others suggests that protein malnutrition plays an important role in the pathogenesis of hepatic steatosis and dysfunction which characteristically appears after jejunoileal bypass for morbid...
F Quaade For 2 years, 12 Danish hospitals have conducted a randomized clinical trial to evaluate the hazards and benefits of jejunoileal bypass operations for severe obesity. At present (January, 1976), there are 92 operated and 46 unoperated patients. There has been no mortality in the operated...
WW Faloon, A Rubulis, J Knipp, CD Sherman and MS Flood Fecal fat, bile acid, and neutral sterol excretion and biliary bile acid, phospholipid, and cholesterol were studied in 36 patients 6 to 12 months after jejunoileostomy for obesity. No relationship was observed between the degree of...
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