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Mental Health In Bariatric Surgery: Selection, Access, And Outcomes.

Michael D Morledge, Walter J Pories
Published 2020 · Medicine
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Severe obesity has many psychiatric consequences that can be influenced by bariatric surgery. The goal of this article is to review these challenges, including the mental health status of patients with severe obesity, the evaluation of surgical candidates, and the early and late effects of the operations, and to offer some recommendations to manage these challenges. The failure of the insurance-mandated preoperative psychosocial evaluation is also discussed.
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