- •There were no significant differences in postoperative complications, readmissions, and ER visits between patients requiring follow-up and those who did not require follow-up.
- •Patients who required follow-up had higher weights over 12-months compared to those who did not require follow-up.
- •There were no differences in weight or %TWL from surgery over 12 months based on any psychiatric diagnosis or specifically a depression or anxiety diagnosis.
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