BARIATRIC SURGERY AND BINGE EATING DISORDER: SHOULD SURGEONS CARE ABOUT IT? A LITERATURE REVIEW OF PREVALENCE AND ASSESSMENT TOOLS
ABSTRACT BACKGROUND: Eating pathologies among bariatric surgery candidates are common and associated with adverse surgical outcomes, including weight regain and low quality of life. However, their assessment is made difficult by the great variety and inconsistent use of standardized measures. OBJ...
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Instituto Brasileiro de Estudos e Pesquisas de Gastroenterologia (IBEPEGE)
|Series:||Arquivos de Gastroenterologia|