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Obesity Surgery

, Volume 30, Issue 2, pp 755–758 | Cite as

Commentary: Cancer after the OAGB-MGB

  • Robert RutledgeEmail author
  • Mervyn Deitel
  • Miguel A Carbajo
  • Enrique Luque-de-Leon
  • Sonja Chiappetta
  • Aatif Inam
  • Karl Rheinwalt
  • Arun Prasad
  • David E Hargroder
  • Vladimir Samoylov
  • M Mahir Ozmen
  • Chetan Parmar
  • António Albuquerque
  • Gurvinder Jammu
  • Murat Ustun
  • Nasser Sakran
  • Recep Aktimur
  • Amir Khan
  • Yasser Hamza
  • Adriana Rotundo
  • Marc Focquet
  • Michael Van den Bossche
  • Om Tantia
  • Francesco Greco
  • Midhat Abu Sneineh
  • Francisco Barrera Rodriguez
  • Mario Musella
  • Miroslav Ilić
  • Imran Abbas
Letter to Editor/LED Reply

Invited response to “The first case report of a carcinoma of the gastric cardia (AEG II) after OAGB-MGB”.

Gastric and esophageal cancers are common and obesity increases the risk. The mini gastric bypass-one anastomosis gastric bypass (OAGB-MGB) is growing popularity, now widely performed around the world. The confluence of these two common events is inevitable.

This case is one of the first to find malignancy following the OAGB-MGB initially performed in 1997 [1]. Similarly, there is a growing number of reports of cancers and precancerous Barrett’s esophagus with dysplasia after sleeve gastrectomy (SG).

Many studies (randomized trials, long-term follow-up, and systematic reviews) have demonstrated excellent outcomes of the OAGB-MGB. The Billroth II used in the OAGB-MGB is and has been the routine choice of general, trauma, and oncologic surgeons in reconstruction of the gut following gastric resection for more than 100 years. Large-scale, population-based, nationwide studies comparing...

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Conflict of Interest

All authors are included in the following blinded statement:

Authors #1–29 Report that they are all now or have been in active clinical bariatric practice and have offered, reviewed, discussed or presented talks, research, educational meetings or other local, regional, national and international activities on the topics of bariatric surgery and the procedures and management of bariatric surgery including the OAGB-MGB. In many cases in the past years the authors have at various times expressed their opinions to patients, physicians and surgeons in a variety of venues and for a variety of meetings both public and private, commercial and non-commercial. Overall the authors report their experience with almost 40,000 OAGB-MGB cases and in many cases the authors have expressed strong opinions related to the OAGB-MGB in both spoken and written formats.Such opinions are either original or they may be references to opinions previously expressed in books or monographs or public comments. Authors also report membership in numerous local, regional, national and international medical, surgical and/or bariatric educational organizations.

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Re: Patient informed consent: No patient information is disclosed or used in the presentation of this commentary. This is not a study on patients or volunteers of any kind. It is specifically a commentary on a published letter/case report and thus does not include either an ethics committee approval or an informed written consent.

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Re: Human and animal rights: This is not a study on patients, volunteers, humans of any kind nor does it involve animal research of any type. It is specifically a commentary on a published letter/case report and thus does not include either an ethics committee approval or a patient informed written consent.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Robert Rutledge
    • 1
    Email author
  • Mervyn Deitel
    • 2
  • Miguel A Carbajo
    • 3
  • Enrique Luque-de-Leon
    • 4
  • Sonja Chiappetta
    • 5
  • Aatif Inam
    • 6
  • Karl Rheinwalt
    • 7
  • Arun Prasad
    • 8
  • David E Hargroder
    • 9
  • Vladimir Samoylov
    • 10
  • M Mahir Ozmen
    • 11
  • Chetan Parmar
    • 12
  • António Albuquerque
    • 13
  • Gurvinder Jammu
    • 14
  • Murat Ustun
    • 15
  • Nasser Sakran
    • 16
  • Recep Aktimur
    • 17
  • Amir Khan
    • 18
  • Yasser Hamza
    • 19
  • Adriana Rotundo
    • 20
  • Marc Focquet
    • 21
  • Michael Van den Bossche
    • 22
  • Om Tantia
    • 23
  • Francesco Greco
    • 24
  • Midhat Abu Sneineh
    • 25
  • Francisco Barrera Rodriguez
    • 26
  • Mario Musella
    • 27
  • Miroslav Ilić
    • 28
  • Imran Abbas
    • 29
  1. 1.Center for Laparoscopic Obesity SurgeryLas VegasUSA
  2. 2.MGB-OAGB ClubTorontoCanada
  3. 3.Center of Excellence for Study and Treatment of Obesity and DiabetesValladolidSpain
  4. 4.Center of Excellence for the Study and Treatment of Obesity and DiabetesLA Subsidiary at The American British Cowdray Medical Center & HECMN Siglo XXIMexico CityMexico
  5. 5.Ospedale Evangelico BetaniaNaplesItaly
  6. 6.FRCSEd (UK), Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS)IslamabadPakistan
  7. 7.Department of Bariatric, Metabolic and Plastic SurgerySt.Franziskus Hospital CologneCologneGermany
  8. 8.Manipal HospitalsNew DelhiIndia
  9. 9.Mercy Hospital CarthageCarthageUSA
  10. 10.Olympus Health ClinicVoronezhRussia
  11. 11.Istinye University Medical SchoolIstanbulTurkey
  12. 12.Whittington HospitalLondonUK
  13. 13.Centro Hospitalar de Lisboa Central- PortugalCurry Cabral HospitalLisbonPortugal
  14. 14.Jammu hospitalJalandharIndia
  15. 15.Istanbul Bariatric CenterİstanbulTurkey
  16. 16.Emek Medical CenterAfulaIsrael
  17. 17.Samsun LİV hospitalSamsunTurkey
  18. 18.Manor HospitalWalsallUK
  19. 19.Department of Surgery, Faculty of MedicineUniversity of AlexandriaAlexandriaEgypt
  20. 20.Seha Emirates HospitalAbu DhabiUAE
  21. 21.AZ Sint ElisabethZottegemBelgium
  22. 22.Princess Elisabeth HospitalGuernseyUK
  23. 23.ILS Hospital Kolkata IndiaKolkataIndia
  24. 24.Istituto Ospedaliero Fondazione Poliambulanza BresciaBresciaItaly
  25. 25.Asaf Harofeh Medical CenterTel avivIsrael
  26. 26.Christus Muguerza Hospital SurCarretera Nacional 6501 Col La EstanzuelaMonterreyMexico
  27. 27.Advanced Biomedical Sciences Department“Federico II” UniversityNaplesItaly
  28. 28.Institute for Lung Diseases, Clinic for Thoracic Surgery, Department for Esophageal and Laparoscopic SurgerySchool of Medicine in Novi SadNovi SadSerbia
  29. 29.Iranian HospitalDubaiUAE

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