jejuno-ileal bypass


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jejuno-ileal bypass

See Ileal bypass surgery.
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Headaches, tiredness, anxiety and behavioural changes, ataxia, slower speech, impaired consciousness, and blurred vision resulting from encephalopathy were reported in patients with short intestine syndrome and following jejuno-ileal bypass with serum levels of D-lactate exceeding 2.5-3.0 mmol/l (222-267 [micro]g/ml) [27].
Schmitz, "D-lactic acidosis 23 years after jejuno-ileal bypass," American Journal of Kidney Diseases, vol.
The patients having chronic liver disease due to hepatitis B hepatitis C alcohol; bleeding or clotting disorders; severe (stage 3-5) chronic kidney disease or class III/IV heart failure; women who were either pregnant or lactating; people on hepatotoxic drugs; patients with rapid or profound weight loss or on parenteral nutrition; those who had jejuno-ileal bypass surgery or who were hypothyroid were excluded from the study.
(2) (bariatric surgery or LAGB or gastric band * or lap band * or lap-band * or lapband * or roux-en-y or vertical sleeve or sleeve gastrectom* or gastric bypass * or jejuno-ileal bypass * or Jejunoilea * bypass *).mp.
Older surgical methods of controlling obesity include Roux-en-Y gastric bypass, biliopancreatic bypass, gastric partitioning, and jejuno-ileal bypass. Neurologic complications, including peripheral neuropathy, optic neuropathy, encephalopathy, and myelopathy, have been well documented following these procedures.
He suggested a jejuno-ileal bypass, a procedure which involves connecting a segment of the upper small bowel to the lower small bowel, bypassing the middle portion.
She underwent a jejuno-ileal bypass, an intestinal operation which used to be carried out to treat obesity.
* Persons with other medical conditions that have been reported to increase the risk of progressing from latent TB infection to active TB, including silicosis, gastrectomy, jejuno-ileal bypass surgery, being 10% or more below ideal body weight, chronic renal failure, diabetes mellitus, high dose corticosteroid and other immuno suppressive therapy, some hematologic disorders (e.g., leukemias and lymphomas), and other malignancies