Malabsorptive surgery aims to reduce the nutrients and calorie absorption of the body. Through this surgery, the flow of food from the flow of pancreatic juices and bile are separated. The small intestine is rearranged and thus digestive juices and food interact only in the lower 20 to 24 inches of intestine. Thus only a few amounts of calories are absorbed by the body. This operation helps individuals to maintain long-term weight loss.
In gastric surgery, weight loss is attained by reducing the hunger of individuals. Due to this, gastric surgery may cause dumping syndrome in individuals. The quick entry of food often cause dumping syndrome. All these drawbacks are eliminated in duodenal
Biliopancreatic diversion involves many adverse effects like complicated protein-calorie malnutrition and ulcers. Duodenal procedure leaves a vast portion of stomach intact. This portion include pyloric valve too. The pyloric valve is the main part that controls the discharge of stomach content into the small intestine. After this surgery, a small portion of the duodenum is also kept in the digestive system. Duodenum is a main part of the small intestine that is located between jejunum and stomach. After the surgery, the stomach will obtain the shape and size of a banana. The right side of the stomach is kept intact with pylorus.
A pre-surgery consultation is essential for duodenal
Weight loss surgery is the most effective solution for individual suffering from morbid obesity. But you have to undergo weight loss surgeries only after trying all other natural and simple forms of weight loss. A good fitness plan and healthy life style will reduce the body weight to a great extent.