Outcome and quality of life in patients operated on with radical cystectomy and three different urinary diversion techniques.

@article{Frich2009OutcomeAQ,
  title={Outcome and quality of life in patients operated on with radical cystectomy and three different urinary diversion techniques.},
  author={P{\aa}l Stefan Frich and Camilla Angelsen Kvestad and Anders Angelsen},
  journal={Scandinavian journal of urology and nephrology},
  year={2009},
  volume={43 1},
  pages={37-41}
}
OBJECTIVE To assess outcome and quality of life (QoL) aspects among patients treated with three different diversion techniques: Bricker, Studer or Hemi-Kock, after radical cystectomy. MATERIAL AND METHODS Thirty-seven patients with Bricker conduit, 19 with Studer neobladder and 16 with Hemi-Kock neobladder answered a questionnaire concerning QoL, general health, relationship with partner, sexual function, satisfaction with information and follow-up, etc. Response rates were 79% (37/47), 100… CONTINUE READING

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