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The use of detubularized terminal ileum and cecum to construct a highly compliant, low-pressure, continent ileocolonic pouch was first described by Light and Engelman and was termed the "Le Bag." Results were excellent in terms of continence and preservation of renal function; however, nocturnal incontinence persisted in a substantial number of patients. We(More)
Vesical endometriosis is an uncommon entity characterized by the deposition of benign, hyperplastic endometrial tissue in the bladder. To date, only about 160 cases have been reported in the world literature. More uncommon, however, are case reports of extrauterine malignancies arising from pre-existing endometriosis. We report a case of a large endometrial(More)
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