Non-stomal continent reservoir: use of detubularized ileal segment for bladder replacement

Abstract

Total bladder replacement after cystoprostatectomy was performed in 2 patients using a detubularized segment of ileum to construct a continent urinary reservoir. A small part of the segment remained tubular for anastomosis to the urethra. The ureters were implanted into the reservoir using an antireflux technique. There were no complications associated with… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00326830

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@article{Reddy2004NonstomalCR, title={Non-stomal continent reservoir: use of detubularized ileal segment for bladder replacement}, author={P. K. Reddy}, journal={World Journal of Urology}, year={2004}, volume={5}, pages={190-193} }