Kidney transplantation in patients with an abnormal lower urinary tract.

  • Duane Hatch
  • Published 1994 in The Urologic clinics of North America


Several factors influence the decision about which type of urinary drainage is best for any given patient. In a patient who has undergone cystectomy, supravesical drainage is required. However, many patients with upper tract urinary diversion have bladders that can be rehabilitated to provide adequate urinary storage. In most patients who have not had a… (More)


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