Laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding via pars flaccida versus perigastric positioning: technique, complications, and results in 2,549 patients

@article{Lorenzo2009LaparoscopicAG,
  title={Laparoscopic adjustable gastric banding via pars flaccida versus perigastric positioning: technique, complications, and results in 2,549 patients},
  author={Nicola Di Lorenzo and Francesco Furbetta and Franco Favretti and Giovanni Segato and Maurizio De Luca and Giancarlo Micheletto and Marco Zappa and Paolo De Meis and Ezio Lattuada and Michele Paganelli and Marcello Lucchese and Nicola Basso and Francesco Domenico Capizzi and Leonardo Di Cosmo and Vincenzo Mancuso and Simona Civitelli and Angelo Gardinazzi and Cristiano Giardiello and Augusto Veneziani and Marcello Boni and Vincenzo Borrelli and Angelo Michele Schettino and Pietro Forestieri and Vincenzo Pilone and Ida Camperchioli and Michele Lorenzo},
  journal={Surgical Endoscopy},
  year={2009},
  volume={24},
  pages={1519-1523}
}
Retrospective multicenter analysis of the results of two different approaches for band positioning: perigastric and pars flaccida. Data were collected from the database of the Italian Group for LapBand® (GILB). Patients operated from January 2001 to December 2004 were selected according to criteria of case–control studies to compare two different band positioning techniques: perigastric (PG group) and pars flaccida (PF group). Demographics, laparotomic conversion, postoperative complications… CONTINUE READING

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