From Libre Pathology
Adjustable gastric band (abbreviated AGB) redirects here.
- Gastric banding is done to treat obesity.
- May be excised if the individual does not have a sufficient weight loss or weight gain.
Features of laparoscopic gastric band capsule:
- Foreign body reaction (giant cells).
- Inflammation (chronic).
Gastric Band, Removal: - Gastric band (gross only). - Benign fibrous tissue with mild inflammation, consistent with capsule. - NEGATIVE for malignancy.
Gastric Band, Removal: - Foreign body, consistent with gastric band (gross only). - Benign fibroadipose tissue, NEGATIVE for significant pathology.
Gastric Band, Removal: - Small fragments of gastric mucosa with moderate chronic inactive inflammation, and scant benign adipose tissue. - Mixed micro-organisms (rods, cocci, actinomycetes) compatible with oropharyngeal source; clinical correlation suggested. - Cellular debris (in keeping with erosion) and foreign material. - Foreign body compatible with gastric band (gross only). - NEGATIVE for intestinal metaplasia. - NEGATIVE for dysplasia and NEGATIVE for malignancy.
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