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Gastroparesis pp 117-120 | Cite as

Managing Gastroparesis in the Setting of Obesity

  • Jessica Blumhagen
  • Eric VolckmannEmail author
Chapter

Abstract

Patients with symptomatic gastroparesis often suffer from overweight or obesity due to maladaptive dietary habits employed to help cope with symptoms of delayed gastric emptying. Increasingly, patients who are obese and also suffer from refractory gastroparesis symptoms are encountered. Roux-en Y gastric bypass (with and without removal of the remnant bypassed stomach) has been used as a dual treatment for concurrent obesity and gastroparesis symptoms with good results.

Keywords

Obesity Morbid obesity Gastroparesis Roux-en Y gastric bypass Subtotal gastrectomy Partial gastrectomy Body mass index Sleeve gastrectomy 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.University of Utah HealthSalt Lake CityUSA

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