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Reduction of the stomach pouch resembles the separation in the Magenstrasse
and Mill procedure, and intestinal bypass is done with a loop of approximately 6 feet, without removal of intestine.
Severe equal to] 50 obesity" TABLE 2 Bariatric procedures for weight reduction, past and present Mechanism of action Procedure Malabsorptive Jejunoileal bypass * Restrictive Vertical banded gastroplasty Gastric banding (Lap-Band) Laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy Magenstrasse
and Mill operation Combination Roux-en-Y gastric bypass (malabsorptive Biliopancreatic diversion and restrictive) Duodenal switch Other Gastric pacing ([dagger]) * No longer performed ([dagger]) Experimental