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Endoscopic diagnosis of submucosal gastric lesions
It would seem that in the vast majority of patients the suspicion of a submucosal gastric lesion at endoscopy indicates the presence of a serious condition. Expand
Gastric Bypass with Long Alimentary Limb or Long Pancreato-Biliary Limb—Long-Term Results on Weight Loss, Resolution of Co-morbidities and Metabolic Parameters
Gastric bypass with a 2-m biliopancreatic (BP-limb) and a 60-cm alimentary (A)-limb gives better weight loss than gastric bypassWith a 60/150-cm BP-limB and a 150-cm A-lima, and metabolic follow-up is of utmost importance, as most patients needed repeated adjustments of their supplementation. Expand
Early Complications After Laparoscopic Gastric Bypass Surgery: Results From the Scandinavian Obesity Surgery Registry
Intraoperative adverse events and conversion to open surgery are the strongest risk factors for serious complications after laparoscopic gastric bypass surgery. Expand
Effects of pH on Helicobacter pylori binding to human gastric mucins: identification of binding to non-MUC5AC mucins.
- S. Lindén, J. Mahdavi, J. Hedenbro, T. Borén, I. Carlstedt
- Chemistry, Medicine
- The Biochemical journal
- 1 December 2004
This work shows that microbe binding to membrane-bound mucins must be considered in H. pylori colonization, and the potential of these glycoproteins to participate in signalling events implies that micro be binding to such structures may initiate signal transduction over the epithelial layer. Expand
Management of suspected anastomotic leak after bariatric laparoscopic Roux-en-y gastric bypass
- H. Jacobsen, B. J. Nergård, +5 authors H. Gislason
- The British journal of surgery
- 17 February 2014
This study evaluated the approach to suspected leakage in a high‐volume bariatric surgery unit and found that timely management is of utmost importance for the clinical outcome. Expand
Strain- and blood group-dependent binding of Helicobacter pylori to human gastric MUC5AC glycoforms.
- S. Lindén, H. Nordman, J. Hedenbro, M. Hurtig, T. Borén, I. Carlstedt
- Biology, Medicine
- 1 December 2002
Binding of H. pylori to human gastric MUC5AC isolated from healthy individuals is BabA dependent and mediated by the Le(b) structure presented by the mucin, allowing for great interindividual variability in host-microbe interactions. Expand
Variation in the adiponutrin gene influences its expression and associates with obesity.
The results suggest that obese subjects that are insulin resistant and/or carriers of the obesity-associated ADPN alleles fail to upregulate the gene and that upregulation of adiponutrin may be an appropriate response to orchestrate energy excess. Expand
Internal Hernia After Gastric Bypass: A New and Simplified Technique for Laparoscopic Primary Closure of the Mesenteric Defects
- E. Aghajani, H. Jacobsen, B. J. Nergaard, J. Hedenbro, B. G. Leifson, H. Gislason
- Journal of Gastrointestinal Surgery
- 29 November 2011
The authors' technique for primary closing of the mesenteric defects seems to be safe and is so far promising, and internal hernia should be ruled out in patients with previous LRGB and abdominal pain. Expand
Clinical Indications, Utilization, and Funding of Bariatric Surgery in Europe
- O. Borisenko, Zeynep Colpan, B. Dillemans, P. Funch‐jensen, J. Hedenbro, A. Ahmed
- Obesity Surgery
- 21 December 2014
There are significant variations in the clinical indications, utilization, and funding of bariatric surgery in European countries. Expand
Common variants in the beta2-(Gln27Glu) and beta3-(Trp64Arg)--adrenoceptor genes are associated with elevated serum NEFA concentrations and type II diabetes.
Common variants in the beta2- and beta3- adrenoceptor genes are associated with increased fasting insulin and NEFA concentrations and could increase susceptibility to Type II diabetes. Expand