jejuno-ileal bypass


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jejuno-ileal bypass

See Ileal bypass surgery.
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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.
Older surgical methods of controlling obesity include Roux-en-Y gastric bypass, biliopancreatic bypass, gastric partitioning, and jejuno-ileal bypass.
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.