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Obésité

, Volume 12, Issue 4, pp 297–303 | Cite as

Histoire des techniques médicales dans le traitement de l’obésité Partie III–La restriction alimentaire prend le pouvoir : Edward Mason (encore) et Lubomyr Kuzmak. Le ballon gastrique

  • J. Dargent
Histoire de La Médecine / History of Medicine

Résumé

La chirurgie bariatrique restrictive s’est construite en réaction aux effets négatifs de la malabsorption, à ses complications immédiates et lointaines et à la nécessité d’une surveillance médicale simplifiée. La gastroplastie verticale calibrée de Mason, puis l’anneau gastrique, essentiellement l’anneau modulable de Kuzmak, n’ont cependant pas été des remèdes parfaits, même s’ils ont connu d’autres applications (anneau de calibration pour le bypass). Autre sous-produit restrictif de l’époque, le ballon gastrique, encore utilisé avec des modifications substantielles.

Mots clés

Gastroplastie verticale calibrée Anneau gastrique Ballon gastrique E. Mason L. Kuzmak 

Part III: Food restriction takes control–Edward Mason again, and Lubomyr Kuzmak. Intragastric balloon

Abstract

Restrictive bariatric surgery has been designed as a remedy to the negative effects of malabsorption, to its early and late complications, and to the necessities of a simplified medical follow-up. Vertical banded gastroplasty by E. Mason, then the gastric band, mainly the adjustable band designed by L. Kuzmak, have not been the perfect tools they were meant to be, even if other uses such as the calibrating ring for a gastric bypass have been found. Another byproduct of the restrictive concept at that time has been the intragastric balloon, still in use albeit with significant modifications.

Keywords

Vertical banded gastroplasty Gastric band Intragastric balloon E. Mason L. Kuzmak 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Polyclinique de RillieuxRillieux-la-PapeFrance

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