gastric restriction

gastric restriction

any of various surgical treatments for morbid obesity in which part of the stomach is closed off from the flow of nutrients through the alimentary canal, such as gastric banding, gastric bypass, and gastric partitioning.
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Schauer said, because "they emulate gastric restriction, a concept that has been proven over several decades in bariatric surgery.
5) All combine intestinal malabsorption with gastric restriction, but rely primarily on the latter for weight loss.
Malabsorptive and restrictive procedures combine the malabsorptive component with gastric restriction.
Blood pressure was measured at rest and during cycling, before and after weight reduction induced by gastric restriction.
No doubt the gastric restriction plays a significant role; patients experience early satiety and consume smaller meals.
5 kg Surgical intervention; gastric restriction (100 lb) Prior to surgery, consider very low calorie diet, gastric balloon, behavior therapy, diet counseling, and exercise
Most patients in the study had traditional gastric bypass surgery (73%), 12 % had laparoscopic gastric bypass, 11 % had traditional gastric restrictions without bypass, and another 4 % had laparoscopic surgery without bypass.