Treatment of Marginal Ulcer

Chapter

Abstract

Marginal ulcer (MU) infrequently follows MGB or OAGB. MU has been associated with smoking, NSAIDs, steroids, spicy foods, and very heavy alcohol intake, which should be avoided. H. pylori infection may be a cause and should be treated. MU is confirmed by gastroscopy. The incidence after RYGB has been higher.

Keywords

Marginal ulcer Bariatric surgery RYGB MGB OAGB NSAIDs Smoking Irritating foods H. pylori 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Whittington Hospital NHS TrustLondonUK

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