Effectiveness of a handsewn nipple valve for reflux prevention in bladder reconstruction.

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The intussuscepted nipple has proved to be a versatile mechanism to provide continence or prevent reflux in urological reconstructive surgery. Early in its use detussusception of the nipple was recognized as a common complication, which was usually prevented by using several rows of staples to stabilize the nipple. The use of staples has reduced the rate of… (More)

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@article{Friedman1992EffectivenessOA, title={Effectiveness of a handsewn nipple valve for reflux prevention in bladder reconstruction.}, author={Rog{\'e}rio Friedman and Samuel Flashner and Lloyd King}, journal={The Journal of urology}, year={1992}, volume={147 2}, pages={441-3} }