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Roux Limb Motility in Gastric Bypass Patients with Chronic Abdominal Pain—Is There an Association to Prescribed Opioids?

Overview of attention for article published in Obesity Surgery, July 2019
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Roux Limb Motility in Gastric Bypass Patients with Chronic Abdominal Pain—Is There an Association to Prescribed Opioids?
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Obesity Surgery, July 2019
DOI 10.1007/s11695-019-04056-3
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Per Björklund, Almantas Maleckas, Hans Lönroth, Niclas Björnfot, Sven Egron Thörn, Lars Fändriks

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#10,640,033
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#1,570
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