Stricture of the afferent isoperistaltic tubular segment: a late and rare cause of bilateral dilation of the upper urinary tract after ileal bladder substitution.

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OBJECTIVE To evaluate the etiology and treatment of bilateral hydronephrosis not responding to bladder substitute drainage after ileal bladder substitution using an afferent isoperistaltic tubular segment. MATERIALS AND METHODS A retrospective analysis was performed of a consecutive series of 739 patients who had undergone bladder substitution from April… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.urology.2013.05.007

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@article{Kiss2013StrictureOT, title={Stricture of the afferent isoperistaltic tubular segment: a late and rare cause of bilateral dilation of the upper urinary tract after ileal bladder substitution.}, author={Bernhard Kiss and Daniel Sch{\"o}ndorf and Urs E. Studer and B M C Roth}, journal={Urology}, year={2013}, volume={82 2}, pages={466-70} }