March 7 – 10, 2012
San Diego Convention Center
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SAGES 2012 Abstracts and Posters
Bariatric Surgery Increases Testosterone and Improves Male Sexual Function. a Pilot Study of Thirteen Morbidly Obese Men.
Taehee Kwak, MD, Homayoun Pournik, MD, Krystyna Kabata, RPAC, Anthony Tortolani, MD, Piotr Gorecki, MD. New York Methodist Hospital, Brooklyn, NY, USA Background: The effect of bariatric surgery on sex hormones and sexual function of morbidly obese men has not been well studied.Objective: The purpose of this study was to examine the effect of… Continue Reading
K A Zuberi, MD, J W Hazey, MD, D B Renton, MD, J T Rohl, MD, V K Narula, MD. The Ohio State University Medical Center: Center for Minimally Invasive Surgery, Columbus, OH, USA Introduction: The idea of using a natural orifice as a means for accessing the abdomen has resulted in novel solutions… Continue Reading
Abraham J Frech, MD, Arpan Goel, MD, Tovy H Kamine, MD, Benjamin E Schneider, MD, Daniel B Jones, MD, Robert A Andrews, MD. Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center/Harvard Medical School Introduction:Much emphasis has been given to the importance of exercise prior to weight loss surgery. Swimming in particular has been suggested as a superior… Continue Reading