Jejunoileal bypass (JIB) is a purely malabsorptiveoperation, which has been abandoned in the USA andWestern Europe due to occasional serious complications.We are still seeing past JIB patients who havebecome obese again over the years, but are not sufferingside-effects of the previous JIB, and are complainingof typical co-morbidities of the obesity. Wepresent a prior JIB patient who underwent a sleevegastrectomy in 2003 for recurrence of morbid obesity.The patient has been followed for another 4 years withregular laboratory tests, monitoring of weight loss,bone densitometry and possible complications.Selected morbidly obese patients who have undergonepast JIB, can be safely treated by a restrictiveprocedure, sleeve gastrectomy, to accomplish successfulweight loss without increasing the risk of possibleserious complications.
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