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Any of several procedures of bariatric surgery that allow food to bypass parts of the gut in order to reduce absorption of nutrients and calories. Such operations often lead to greater weight loss than restrictive procedures, such as gastric banding and stomach stapling, but complications of chronic malabsorption may occur and must be watched for.

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