Techniques and Outcomes of Taeniamyoectomyised Sigmoid Neobladder in MIS Radical Cystectomy
Several types of bladder replacement have been suggested as intra-abdominal urinary reservoir in patients undergoing radical cystectomy for bladder cancer. An optimal neobladder should maintain continence, metabolic balance, good renal function and quality of life. Ileum is the commonest choice for urologist. But due to its complicated surgical procedures and common postoperative complications, like neobladder dilatation, metabolic problems and infections, there is an urgent need for new generation and improvement of intestinal bladder surgery.
In this article, we introduce our techniques and outcomes of taeniamyoectomyised sigmoid neobladder reconstruction. Our experience showed satisfactory results, and since then orthotopic sigmoid neobladder reconstruction can be one of the choice after radical cystectomy.
KeywordsBladder cancer Orthotopic bladder substitute Sigmoid neobladder
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