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Revision or Failed Weight Loss Surgery

Revision or Failed Weight Loss Surgery

Bariatric surgery is a successful tool to combat obesity and weight gain. However, some patients may need a secondary or revision procedure to address problems that occur or to achieve their desired weight loss goal. Revision surgery may include repair of tissues, repositioning of the gastric band, placement of an adjustable gastric band, or conversion to a distal gastric bypass.

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