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Ileocolonic Anastomosis by Biofragmentable Ring for Bladder Substitution

  • J. L. Pariente
  • P. Allard
  • J. Maire
  • J. M. Ferriere
  • M. Le Guillou
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Abstract

Since the nineteenth century many concepts for anastomosis have been described. In 1892, Murphy performed a ring anastomosis using a steel button. This technique is now used with a biofragmentable ring made of polyglycolic acid (87.5% by weight) and barium sulfate (12.5% by weight). The ring breaks into fragments by hydrolysis in 15–23 days. The différents fragments are eliminated in the stool. The barium sulfate makes X-ray control easy

Keywords

Barium Sulfate Bladder Substitution Compression Anastomosis Ileocolonic Anastomosis Biofragmentable Anastomotic Ring 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • J. L. Pariente
  • P. Allard
  • J. Maire
  • J. M. Ferriere
  • M. Le Guillou

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