(1999) found differences in the BMD of patients who underwent jejunoileal bypass
surgery, when comparing pre and post-surgical measurements.
The current generation of malabsorptive procedures is descended from the jejunoileal bypass
, the first operation to be performed for the purpose of weight reduction.
The first operations were done by jejunoileal bypass
and gave excellent weight loss but numerous complications.
The bariatric surgery patients with PN were also more likely to have undergone jejunoileal bypass
than those without (9 vs.
* In the 1970s, in the Danish Obesity Project, clinical researchers wanted to compare the effects of jejunoileal bypass
with medical treatment of morbid obesity.
Regarding human cirrhosis, he cited single cases of cirrhosis due to iron storage, jejunoileal bypass
, or chronic alcoholism, which apparently regressed following removal of the etiologic agents.
Psychological adaptation to jejunoileal bypass
for morbid obesity.
On the other hand, a series of gastrointestinal disturbances such as inflammatory bowel disease, small bowel resection, or jejunoileal bypass
(connection of the duodenum to the colon) may set up the patient for hyperabsorption of oxalate from dietary sources and increase the incidence of stones.