Normal Anatomy compared to SADI
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|· Full Volume of the stomach||· Approximately 75% of the stomach is removed (irreversible)|
|· Full absorption of Fat, Protein and Carbohydrate take place||· The small bowel rerouted to limit Fat and protein absorption|
|· Small Bowel in one channel||· Small bowel is maintained in one loop.|
|· -||· The long term outcome is unknown|
|· Bile reflux with incompetent pyloric valve||· Theoretical chance of Bile reflux gastritis|
To compare other surgical procedures, click headings below.
- Normal Anatomy to Duodenal Switch
- Normal Anatomy to Sleeve Gastrectomy
- Normal Anatomy to Gastric Bypass (RNY)
- Sleeve Gastrectomy to Duodenal Switch
- Gastric Bypass (RNY) to Duodenal Switch
- Adjus. Gastric Band to Sleeve Gastrectomy
- Normal Anatomy to SADI (Single-anastomosis duodenoileal bypass)
- Duodenal Switch to SADI ( Single-anastomosis duodenoileal bypass)