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Letter to the Editor regarding the article «Gerd symptoms after laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass: an emerging scenario» by Antonella Santonicola, Luigi Ruggiero, Rossella Palma, Luigi Angrisani and Paola Iovino. International Journal of Obesity (2022) 46:1076–1078

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Fig. 1: Number of patients with GERD-symptoms, erosive esophagitis and pathological acid reflux 1 year after RYGB.

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Conception and design: JL, JH Analysis and interpretation of the data: JL, AWM, DH, MS, BS, JH Drafting of the article: JL, AWM, DH, MS, BS, JH Critical revision for important intellectual content: JL, AWM, DH, MS, BS, JH Final approval of the article: JL, AWM, DH, MS, BS, JH. Statistical expertise: JL, JH Collection and assembly of data: JL.

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Lorentzen, J., Medhus, A.W., Hofsø, D. et al. Letter to the Editor regarding the article «Gerd symptoms after laparoscopic Roux-en-Y gastric bypass: an emerging scenario» by Antonella Santonicola, Luigi Ruggiero, Rossella Palma, Luigi Angrisani and Paola Iovino. International Journal of Obesity (2022) 46:1076–1078. Int J Obes 46, 1936–1937 (2022). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41366-022-01200-5

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