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Table. 1.

Table. 1.

Demographic, anthropometric, and clinical data of each group of patients that underwent postoperative gastroscopy from Jan 2012 to Oct 2018 (N=109)

Group A (n=82)Group B (n=5)Group C (n=14)Group D (n=8)P
Gender, F:M (% female)73:9 (89.0%)4:1 (80.0%)13:1 (92.9%)8:0 (100.0%)0.650
Age (y) at AGB33.9±9.027.6±6.134.2±8.534.8±10.40.477
Height (cm) at AGB163.8±6.5163.6±8.7162.5±7.5162.9±5.90.907
Body weight (kg) at AGB95.7±17.5103.0±22.299.4±14.0101.2±16.40.630
BMI (kg/m2) at AGB35.5±5.038.4±7.037.7±4.438.0±4.80.214
Interval (month)*45.2±22.340.0±28.236.2±18.642.1±17.00.531
Symptom
 Abdominal pain, n (%)0 (0%)3 (60.0%) 8 (57.1%)5 (62.5%)0.000
 Dysphagia, n (%)7 (8.5%)0 (0.0%) 1 (7.1%)3 (37.5%)0.057
 Fever, n (%)0 (0.0%)1 (20.0%) 1 (7.1%)1 (12.5%)0.008
 GER, n (%)28 (34.1%)0 (0.0%) 3 (21.4%)2 (25.0%)0.337
 No symptom, n (%)53 (64.6%)2 (40.0%) 6 (42.9%)1 (12.5%)0.017

Group A = normal appearance; Group B = SSA without migration; Group C = SSA with band migration; Group D = recuperated gastric mucosa with advanced band migration; SSA = Snake-Skin Appearance of Gastric Mucosa; BM = Band Migration; AGB = Adjustable Gastric Band; GER = Gastroesophageal Reflux.

Time between AGB implantation and first endoscopy.

Some patients had more than one symptom.

J Metab Bariatr Surg 2019;8:37-42 https://doi.org/10.17476/jmbs.2019.8.2.37
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