2020
DOI: 10.1097/tp.0000000000003378
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Abstract: Original Clinical Science-Liver Background. Bariatric surgery (BS) may be associated with significant malabsorption and nutritional deficiencies. Methods. Between March 1987 and January 2017, we performed 922 liver transplants (LT) at our institution; 33 had antecedent BS. We matched the BS cohort to LT recipients without BS (1:3 matching) based on exact matching for gender and cancer and inverse variance matching for age, LT body mass index, MELD score, and transplant date. Results. We analyzed outcomes in 13… Show more

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“…In the study by Idriss et al, 43 although patients with a history of BS were more likely to be listed for transplant than their matched counterparts, the authors found a higher rate of delisting or death on the wait list, attributed to complication from their BS. However, in both studies, RYGB was the most commonly performed procedure, as well as the most likely to have post‐LT complications 42,43 …”
Section: Bariatric Surgery Related In the Peritransplant Periodmentioning
confidence: 97%
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“…In the study by Idriss et al, 43 although patients with a history of BS were more likely to be listed for transplant than their matched counterparts, the authors found a higher rate of delisting or death on the wait list, attributed to complication from their BS. However, in both studies, RYGB was the most commonly performed procedure, as well as the most likely to have post‐LT complications 42,43 …”
Section: Bariatric Surgery Related In the Peritransplant Periodmentioning
confidence: 97%
“…[36][37][38][39][40][41] In two retrospective matched cohort studies, patients with a history of bariatric surgery who underwent LT had no difference in hospital length of stay, complication rate, rejection rate, or 1-and 3-year survival compared with patients who underwent LT alone. 42,43 In the study by Idriss et al, 43 although patients with a history of BS were more likely to be listed for transplant than their matched counterparts, the authors found a higher rate of delisting or death on the wait list, attributed to complication from their BS. However, in both studies, RYGB was the most commonly performed procedure, as well as the most likely to have post-LT complications.…”
Section: Bariatric Surgery Related In the Peritransplant Periodmentioning
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“…A few monocentric series have reported the results of LT in patients with a history of BS, including a small number of patients in each study [7,[15][16][17][18]. The majority of single-center studies did not find significant differences in the outcomes of LT between patients with or without history of BS [7,15,18].…”
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confidence: 99%