Nutrient deficiencies are not uncommon after bariatric surgery. For example, in duodenal switch or biliopancreatic diversion surgeries, decreased calorie absorption occurs as a result of intended fat malabsorption. This fat malabsorption leads to increased fat-soluble vitamin deficiencies, which can have negative clinical consequences on calcium levels.

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