Effect of MGB on the Obese Type 1 Diabetic

Chapter

Abstract

After bariatric operations, failure of long-term resolution of diabetes has been reported in 5–10% of patients. This has been attributed to inadequate weight loss, weight regain or previous longstanding type 2 diabetes. In these patients, latent autoimmune diabetes (a type 1) may not have been ruled out, and these patients may have been erroneously assumed to have type 2 diabetes.

Keywords

Type 1 diabetes Juvenile diabetes Latent autoimmune diabetes in the adult Type 2 diabetes 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Editor-in-Chief Emeritus & Founding Editor, Obesity Surgery; Founding Member ASMBS and IFSO; Past-President ASMBS; Director MGB-OAGB ClubTorontoCanada

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