UROLOGY

Continent Cutaneous Urinary Diversion

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Fig. 4.1 Isolation of the ileal-colonic segment used for the Indiana pouch [17] Bowel continuity is restored in a side-to-side fashion using a bowel stapler. The mesenteric defect is closed…

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Pelvic Floor Rehabilitation for Orthotopic Diversion

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Fig. 10.1 The male pelvic floor (a) ischiocavernosus and superficial transverse perineal muscle, (b) puborectalis muscle Fig. 10.2 The female pelvic floor (A) bulbospongiosus, (B) ischiocavernosus, (C) superficial and deep…

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Orthotopic Urinary Diversion in Men

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Fig. 2.1 Isolation of bowel segment The reservoir is constructed from 40 to 44 cm of distal ileum with each limb of the “U” measuring 20–22 cm, and a proximal…

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Long-Term Complications of Urinary Diversion

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Study Design Number of patients Follow-up duration Continence rate Intermittent catheterization rate Daytime Nighttime Elmajian et al. (1996) [4] Retrospective 250 Median: 42 months 87% 86% 8% Hautmann et al….

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Orthotopic Urinary Diversion in Women

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Fig. 3.1 Demonstration of the location of the cather ballon in relation to the pelvic floor and vagina (Courtesy of Siamak Daneshmand, M.D.) 1st: Longitudinal midline abdominal incision between the…

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Stomal Complications

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Fig. 9.1 (a) An ileal conduit should have a protruding stoma and be sited through the rectus sheath. (b) The stoma should not be sited in a crease line or…

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Use of Regenerative Tissue for Urinary Diversion

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(1) The James Buchanan Brady Urological Institute and Department of Urology, The Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, 800 Orleans Street, Marburg 420, Baltimore, MD 21287, USA (2) Department of Urology, University…

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Considerations for Urinary Re-diversion

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Oncologic  Upper tract recurrence/involvement   Transitional cell carcinoma of the ureter   Local recurrence infiltrating the ureter   Recurrence at ureteral implantation site  Urethral recurrence/second tumor   Neobladder, male   Neobladder, female, Morbus Paget urethra…

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Complications of Ileal Conduit Diversion

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Fig. 6.1 (a) Type 1 parastomal hernia. (b) Type 2 parastomal hernia demonstrating progressive fat herniation over 30 months of follow up. (c) Type 3 parastomal hernia One concern regarding…

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Urinary Diversion and Health-Related Quality of Life

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Fig. 11.1 Adapted Wilson-Cleary framework for HRQOL [31, 32] The implication and application of such frameworks are important in that they can help researchers and clinicians more comprehensively measure a…

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