Ureteric transplantation in children.

Abstract

Ectopia vesicae and epispadias with loss of sphincteric control are the most common conditions calling for ureteric transplantation in children. Many surgeons, commencing with Roux in I852, have endeavoured to relieve the distress of ectopia vesicae by plastic operations directed at forming a competent urinary bladder. These attempts have almost invariably… (More)

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