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>Revistas >Cirujano General >Año 2012, No. S1


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Controversias en la derivación gastroyeyunal (DGY)
Cir Gen 2012; 34 (S1)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 20
Paginas: 67-70
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FRAGMENTO

La derivación gastroyeyunal en Y de Roux (DGYYR) es el procedimiento más realizado en los Estados Unidos para la obesidad mórbida y cada vez gana mayor fuerza en nuestro país. A pesar de que es un procedimiento que se diseño en la década de los 60 como tratamiento quirúrgico de la obesidad mórbida y por laparoscopia en la década de los 90, ha sufrido modificaciones técnicas con el paso del tiempo que han causado discusión y controversia. Los resultados obtenidos en cuanto a pérdida de peso dependen de la técnica utilizada para realizar la DGYYR por laparoscopia.


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