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Mitchell, James W.Person Why?
A longitudinal examination of suicide-related thoughts and behaviors among bariatric surgery patients.Academic Article Why?
Adenocarcinoma of the gastroesophageal junction after bariatric surgery.Academic Article Why?
Adolescent Loss-of-Control Eating and Weight Loss Maintenance After Bariatric Surgery.Academic Article Why?
Adolescent weight history and adult cognition: before and after bariatric surgery.Academic Article Why?
Assessment of different bariatric surgeries in the treatment of obesity and insulin resistance in mice.Academic Article Why?
Association between binge eating disorder and changes in cognitive functioning following bariatric surgery.Academic Article Why?
Association between depression and eating behaviors among bariatric surgery candidates in a Turkish sample.Academic Article Why?
Association Between the Publication of Clinical Evidence and the Use of Bariatric Surgery.Academic Article Why?
Bariatric surgery + medical therapy: Effective Tx for T2DM?Academic Article Why?
Bariatric Surgery Among Medicare Subgroups: Short- and Long-Term Outcomes.Academic Article Why?
Bariatric surgery and cardiovascular risk factors: a scientific statement from the American Heart Association.Academic Article Why?
Bariatric surgery and its impact on sleep architecture, sleep-disordered breathing, and metabolism.Academic Article Why?
Bariatric surgery patients exhibit improved memory function 12 months postoperatively.Academic Article Why?
Bariatric surgery: a history of empiricism, a future in science.Academic Article Why?
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