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Dr. Rajat Ahluwalia

M.B.B.S, MS (GEN SURGERY), F.I.A.G.E.S

Dr. Rajat Ahluwalia is an experienced Laparoscopic and Bariatric surgeon who specialises in Bariatric surgery procedures like Gastric Bypass surgery, Sleeve gastrectomy, MGB (Mini Gastric Bypass), revision Bariatric surgery. Dr. Rajat Ahluwalia also deals with other laparoscopic procedures like Gall Bladder surgery, Laparoscopic management of Hernia, GERD (Gastroesophageal reflux disease).

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Mrs Rekha Aggarwal. Before and 8 months after surgery.

 

* Disclaimer-All before and after pictures on our website show real patients who have lost weight through Bariatric Surgery by us. These results are typical but not guaranteed. Your individual results will vary in terms of weight loss amount and duration to achieve the weight loss. 

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Mrs. Manju Tomar before and 2 month after surgery.

* Disclaimer-All before and after pictures on our website show real patients who have lost weight through Bariatric Surgery by us. These results are typical but not guaranteed. Your individual results will vary in terms of weight loss amount and duration to achieve the weight loss. 

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Mr Satpal Munjal Pre surgery weight - 115 Kg Weight 10 months after surgery- 83 Kg

 

* Disclaimer-All before and after pictures on our website show real patients who have lost weight through Bariatric Surgery by us. These results are typical but not guaranteed. Your individual results will vary in terms of weight loss amount and duration to achieve the weight loss. 

 

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BARIATRIC SURGERY: AN EFFECTIVE WAY OF MANAGING CLINICALLY SEVERE OBESITY.

Morbid obesity is often associated with comorbidities such as coronary artery disease, obstructive sleep apnea, degenerative joint disease, Non alcoholic steatohepatitis ( NASH), Polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOD). Certain type of cancers have also s

22 May, 2017

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