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Laparoscopic Gastric Bypass

How to be performed:
Stomach reduced to size of small apple, and then attached to middle of small intestine, bypassing a section of the small intestine (duodenum and jejunum).

In this procedure, the amount of food you can consume, and the number of calories you absorb are limited.

The benefits of such procedure are the significant long-term weight loss, and favorable changes in gut hormones that reduce appetite and improve satiety

This procedure is preferable for the uncontrolled high blood sugar and high blood level lipids.

It leads patient to lose up to ¾ of his excess weight

Risks & complications:
The main Bypass Surgery complications are leakage, hemorrhage, dumping and vitamins deficiency.

Dr. Weiss with discuss widely the procedure upon your visit.