Bariatric Surgery Outcomes In Patients With Prior Fundoplication

      Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD) is a significant problem in the morbidly obese. Many have undergone esophago-gastric fundoplication with mixed results and some are now pursuing bariatric surgery for weight loss and control of their reflux. The increased risk of surgery in these patients has been documented in a few single institutional series. We sought to understand the impact of previous fundoplication on perioperative outcomes, including weight loss in a multi-institutional study.
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