Mini Gastric Bypass
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Mini Gastric Bypass is a bariatric surgical procedure delivering good results for weight loss. This type of mini bypass causes reversal of diabetes 2 in significant percentage for in patients with morbid obesity with diabetes type.
The mini gastric bypass (MGB), also called One-Anastomosis Gastric Bypass OAGB was first developed as a modification of the standard Billroth II procedure. A mini gastric bypass creates a long narrow tube of the stomach along its right border (the lesser curvature). A loop of the small gut is brought up and anastomosed to this stomach tube at about 180 cm-200cms from the start of the intestine
The Mini Gastric Bypass (MGB) has been suggested as an alternative to the Roux en-Y procedure due to the simplicity of its construction, and is becoming more and more popular because of low risk of complications and good sustained weight loss so one can say that it is a simplified version of gastric bypass RNY.
But unlike gastric bypass, the mini bypass has more malabsorbtive component so gives faster good results in diabetes type 2 remission.
There is growing evidence that MGB (mini gastric bypass) is a safe and effective procedure with many of the features of an ideal bariatric surgery.
Pending long-term evaluation, OAGB is an effective, relatively low-risk, and low-failure bariatric procedure. It delivers very effective results in cases of patients with obesity & diabetes.
Dr.Girish Juneja brings long years of experience in this procedure and has performed many successful MGB surgeries. Mini gastric bypass can help many patients to loose weight and also help in diabetes reversal. Meet our specialist for a consultation and honest advice. A quick consultation may change your life, do not delay it further and call Cocoona and book you consultation.
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Disclaimer: It is quite important to understand effectiveness, results, pain thresholds, associated risks, of a procedure, or treatment will differ patient to patient. Every patient is unique and his/her biological response to treatment is different. We always advise to have an individual one-on-one consultation with a qualified doctor before the procedure or treatment.