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DOCTORAL

THESIS

SAHLGRENSKA

ACADEMY

2019

Effects of Gastric Bypass Surgery

in Patients with Obesity

and Type 2 Diabetes

Vasileios Liakopoulos

ISBN 978-91-7833-480-3 (PRINT) ISBN 978-91-7833-481-0 (PDF) Printed by BrandFactory, Gothenburg

Effects of Gastric Bypass Surgery in P

atients with Obesity and

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