The role of primary care in bariatric procedures

Buynak, Robert J.; Russell, Julia Muino
July 2005
Patient Care;Jul2005, Vol. 39 Issue 7, p13
Academic Journal
Focuses on bariatric surgery. Role of physicians in bariatric surgery; Disorders associated with obesity; Variety of bariatric procedures; Fatal complication of bariatric surgery.


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