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Each patient needs to be evaluated separately before surgery. A careful multidisciplinary evaluation, detailed examinations and tests should be carried out. The decision of bariatric and metabolic surgery is based on international guidelines and ethical principles. A council composed of all departments participated in the treatment of the patient meets before the operation and gives...

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Obese patients live 10 to 15 years shorter relative to the mean life expectancy in the relevant country. Obesity is accompanied by various comorbidities such as: Type 2 Diabetes, Cardiovascular diseases, Hypertension, Stroke, Cancer (breast, prostate, oesophagus, stomach, colon, uterus, kidney etc.) Pseudotumor cerebri, Sleep apnoea, day time somnolence, chronic tiredness, Respiratory dysfunction, Depression, Renal...

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Obesity causes the accumulation of adipose tissue especially in and around intra-abdominal organs. The hormones secreted by the adipose tissue led to insulin resistance, which results in the development of Type 2 diabetes mellitus over time. The prevalence of obesity increased by 60% and the diabetes mellitus by 90% in the last fifteen years in...

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Obesity is the most important preventable cause of death after smoking. Rather than a cosmetic problem, obesity is a serious disease. It also a health problem that is increasingly threatening public health. The Diagnosis of Obesity is based on Body Mass Index (BMI) BMI = Weight (kg)/ Height (m2) BMI = 19 – 25: normal...

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