Another Petersen’s Space Hernia After One Anastomosis Gastric Bypass: a Video Case Report
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One anastomosisgastric bypass(OAGB) is currently known as a standard bariatric procedure worldwide. A rare event after OAGB is internal hernia throgh the Petersen’s defect.
KeywordsPetersen’s space hernia One anastomosis Gastric bypass
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