Bladder neck reconstruction with omentum, silicone and augmentation cystoplasty--a preliminary report.

@article{Diamond1986BladderNR,
  title={Bladder neck reconstruction with omentum, silicone and augmentation cystoplasty--a preliminary report.},
  author={David A Diamond and Philip G. Ransley},
  journal={The Journal of urology},
  year={1986},
  volume={136 1 Pt 2},
  pages={252-5}
}
A new method of bladder neck reconstruction in which the Young-Dees tube was wrapped with omentum and silicone was used in 39 patients during a 20-month period. In 43 per cent of the patients simultaneous augmentation cystoplasty also was performed. The silicone was intended to maintain the Young-Dees tube length and to allow safe artificial sphincter cuff placement later when necessary. Among exstrophy patients 85 per cent of those who underwent augmentation and 15 per cent of those who did… CONTINUE READING

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