Tag Archives: Bariatric Surgery

Forgetting

Miller sat across from me in the exam room. The crescent scar on his scalp was healed. A month ago there was a six inch divot scooped out from the right side of his head as from a reckless eight … Continue reading

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Burnout

My patient had literally burned a hole in his tiny, new stomach with a combination of cigarettes and alcohol. I don’t have a moral position on this except that life is probably worth preserving until one can make an informed … Continue reading

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Enough

I work with people who are changing their relationship to food. Mostly they are obese and don’t want to be. Most have had surgery under my hand to give them a tool to help them relearn two sensations that their … Continue reading

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