Duodenal–jejunal bypass liner
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A duodenal–jejunal bypass liner (DJBL), also known as a duodenal–jejunal bypass sleeve device or EndoBarrier™ is being trialled as a new technique, as an alternative to more 'traditional' gastric bypass surgeries 1,2. The basic principle is that the sleeve is endoscopically-inserted into the duodenum with an impervious liner preventing absorption of the chyme by the duodenum or the proximal jejunum.