Self-retaining ureteral stent catheters in the management of urologic complications of gynecologic malignancies.

Abstract

Fifteen patients with ureteral obstruction secondary to advanced and/or recurrent gynecologic malignancies underwent endoscopic (3) or surgical transvesical (12) insertion of Gibbons (12) or Double "J" (3) stent catheters. Renal function improvement was noted in all but one patient who had renal parenchymal disease. No complication attributable to the… (More)

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@article{Yoonessi1982SelfretainingUS, title={Self-retaining ureteral stent catheters in the management of urologic complications of gynecologic malignancies.}, author={Mitra Yoonessi and F. Sanchez}, journal={Journal of surgical oncology}, year={1982}, volume={20 2}, pages={95-8} }