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Figure 1. From: Impact of being overweight on the surgical outcomes of patients with gastric cancer: A meta-analysis.

PRISMA flow chart showing study selection process. BMI: Body mass index.

Xiang-Song Wu, et al. World J Gastroenterol. 2013 July 28;19(28):4596-4606.
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Figure 2. From: Impact of being overweight on the surgical outcomes of patients with gastric cancer: A meta-analysis.

Forest plot. A: For operative time showing overweight in association with longer duration of operative time than non-overweight; B: For morbidity showing overweight in association with more postoperative complication than non-overweight; C: For anastomotic leak indicating that overweight correlates with higher rate of anastomotic leak; D: For pancreatic fistula showing overweight in association with more pancreatic fistula than non-overweight; E: For long-term survival favoring normal weight with better survival results. BMI: Body mass index.

Xiang-Song Wu, et al. World J Gastroenterol. 2013 July 28;19(28):4596-4606.

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