WHAT IS GASTRIC PLICATION?
Bariatric surgery is becoming a more viable option for people in need of significant body mass reduction. With the introduction of new technologies and pioneering surgeons Laparoscopic Gastric Plication is quickly becoming a popular clinical trial. Gastric Plication decreases the size of the stomach without removing sections of the stomach or implanting devices. Gastric Plication decreases the volume of the stomach by folding the
stomach inwardly and suturing the folds, reducing the stomach volume and therefore limiting food intake. Gastric Plication is undergoing clinical trials in the United States and conducted regularly in Mexico.
There are always risks to any laparoscopic procedure such as infection, injury to surrounding organs and bleeding. Gastric Plication is still in it’s investigational studies. It is imperative that those seeking information understand the risks and benefits to any weight loss procedure, particulary Gastric Plication.
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