Maladaptive eating patterns after weight-loss surgery.

Abstract

Weight-loss surgery has been shown to contribute to the improved health and well-being of the clinically severe obese, and for many has been seen as their "last resort." Although the majority of patients who choose this option as a means to achieve a healthier weight are successful, for some patients it is not beneficial. Bariatric surgery is not a panacea… (More)

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@article{Rusch2007MaladaptiveEP, title={Maladaptive eating patterns after weight-loss surgery.}, author={Mark D. Rusch and Deborah A Andris}, journal={Nutrition in clinical practice : official publication of the American Society for Parenteral and Enteral Nutrition}, year={2007}, volume={22 1}, pages={41-9} }