The MGB-OAGB International Club®

  • Roger C. Luciani
Chapter

Abstract

We relate a brief history of the MGB-OAGB from its origins to the general acceptance of a 20-year-old bariatric operation despite controversies, and the founding of a friendly scientific club to connect surgeons, share data, and publish techniques.

Keywords

MGB-OAGB International Club Bariatric surgery Mini-Gastric Bypass One-Anastomosis Gastric Bypass Gastric bypass Morbid obesity Diabetes 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Roger C. Luciani
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  1. 1.Chirurgien des Hopitaux, Groupement Hospitalier les Portes du SudLyonFrance

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