Appendiceal conduit: A novel technique to be applied after radical cystectomy: A case study report
5 January 2019
This paper introduces a novel technique, known as appendiceal conduit. It could be used as an alternative for ileal conduit and cutaneous ureterostomy, ultimately applied after radical cystectomy. The six-month follow-up indicated that the patient had appendix-stoma as nipple without any stenosis, nor did he have any hydronephrosis, as confirmed by abdominal sonography.
- Radical Cystectomy
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