The Role of Cognitive Function in Postoperative Weight Loss Outcomes: 36-Month Follow-Up

@article{Spitznagel2014TheRO,
  title={The Role of Cognitive Function in Postoperative Weight Loss Outcomes: 36-Month Follow-Up},
  author={Mary Beth Spitznagel and Michael Alosco and Rachel Galioto and Gladys Witt Strain and Michael J Devlin and Robyn Sysko and Ross D. Crosby and James E Mitchell and John J. Gunstad},
  journal={Obesity Surgery},
  year={2014},
  volume={24},
  pages={1078-1084}
}
BackgroundCognitive dysfunction is associated with reduced postoperative weight loss up to 2 years following surgery, though the role of cognition at more extended follow-up is not yet understood. Thirty-six months following bariatric surgery, we retrospectively compared obese and non-obese patients on 12-week postoperative cognitive performance. We hypothesized that early postoperative cognitive dysfunction would predict higher body mass index (BMI) and lower percent weight loss (%WL) in the… CONTINUE READING

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