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World J Gastroenterol. May 14, 2020; 26(18): 2138-2154
Published online May 14, 2020. doi: 10.3748/wjg.v26.i18.2138
Table 1 Series reporting bariatric surgery after liver transplantation
Ref.YearNumber of patientsFollow-up, mean (range)Type of bariatric surgeryImprovement of comorbiditiesComplications, n (%)Mortality, n
Duchini et al[119], United States2001227 (18-36)RYGBYes00
Tichansky et al[120], United States200514RYGBYes00
Butte et al[121], Chile200716SGNE00
Gentileschi et al[122], Italy200919BPDNE01 (myocardial infarction)
Elli et al[123], United States201313SGNE00
Lin et al[124], United States201395 (3-12)SGYes3 (33.3) (1 incisional hernia, 1 bile leakage, 1 dysphagia)0
Al-Nowayalati et al[71], United States2013759 (6-103)RYGBYes4 (57.1) (2 incisional hernia, 2 wound infections)2 (1 septic shock at 6 mo after, 1 esophageal carcinoma at 9 mo after)
Pajecki et al[125], Brazil201415SGYes00
Elli et al[126], United States201622SGNE00
Khoraki et al[127], United States2016533.7 (13-79)SGYes1 (20) (gastrointestinal bleeding)0
Osseis et al[128], France2017641 (12-94.4)SGYes2 (33.3) (1 gastric fistula, 1 parietal mesh infection)1 (multi-organ failure at 19 mo after)
Tsamalaidze et al[129], Mexico20181224SGYes4 (33.3) (2 dysphagia, 1 late drainage removal, 1 gastrostomy)0