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Normal Abdominal Anatomy vs. Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass
Item ID: exh62706a   Source ID: 2

Description: This exhibit consist of two figures: the first is the normal anatomy showing the anatomical relation between the liver, gallbladder, the stomach and the intestines; and the second figure is the Roux-en-Y procedure where the stomach is divided and the jejunum is anastomosed to a small pouch created from the proximal portion of the stomach.

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This exhibit consist of two figures: the first is the normal anatomy showing the anatomical relation between the liver, gallbladder, the stomach and the intestines; and the second figure is the Roux-en-Y procedure where the stomach is divided and the jejunum is anastomosed to a small pouch created from the proximal portion of the stomach.

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