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Anaemia and related nutrient deficiencies after Roux-en-Y gastric bypass surgery: a systematic review and meta-analysis
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    Table and contents correction
    Page 7, Table 5: There are 6 cells deviated to right for Summary estimate (95% CI) and I2 at delta 12,24,36 months. Page 9, Line 9, Conclusion: "and declining body reserve of vitamin B12" should be deleted. The correct sentence should be "Anemia may occur with declining body reserve of vitamin B12 and deteriorating iron metabolism, which can be identified early by ferritin levels but can also be masked by serum iron."

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