Evaluation of a Modified Jejunoileal Bypass Technique (Lazzarotto and Souza Procedure): Causes of Reversal and Types of Possible Procedures

Sulaiman Almazeedi
2020 Gastroenterology Medicine & Research  
Methods This is a retrospective evaluation of data collected from two hospitals located in Curitiba, Parana state, 21 patients underwent jejunal-ileal bypass (Lazzarotto procedure) from year 2002 to 2014. Twenty-one patients were operated to reverse Lazzarotto procedure, of which nineteen underwent laparoscopic reversal (n=19(90.47%)), and two were converted to open n=2(9.52%). Laparoscopic procedures were either reversal of Lazzarotto and Souza procedure only (n=9 (42.9%)), reversal of
more » ... to and Souza procedure and sleeve gastrectomy (n= 5(23.8%)), reversal of Lazzarotto and Souza procedure and RYGB (n=4(19.0%)), and sleeve gastrectomy only (n=3(14.3%)). The type of reversal procedure was dependent on the clinical presentation post-Lazzarotto and Souza procedure. All patients were followed up for weight Crimson Publishers
doi:10.31031/gmr.2020.05.000603 fatcat:kqhlwju4i5bc7blggvxbgb7oha