Psychiatric Considerations

  • Deane C. Manolis


This chapter will describe the rationale for including the psychiatrist in the multidisciplinary team involved in the surgical treatment of obesity and define the role of the psychiatrist as a member of that team.


Gastric Bypass Morbid Obesity Obesity Surgery Jejunoileal Bypass Psychiatric Consultant 
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