Ileal conduit urinary diversion

What is Ileal conduit urinary diversion?

To create an ileal conduit, the ureters are surgically resected from the bladder and a ureteroenteric anastomosis is made in order to drain the urine into a detached section of ileum (a part of the small intestine). The end of the ileum is then brought out through an opening (a stoma) in the abdominal wall.

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So let me start from the beginning as there are many factors to this. My father is quadrapalegic and has been for about 30 years. He's 69....

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Thanks for your query ,based on the facts that you have posted I would...

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I had a complete cystectomy in May 2010 due to the cancer of the bladder . Consequently, I wear a urostmy bag. My problem started in the middle of...

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Hi, My one suggestion would be to go easy on diclofenac sodium. By itself, it is an excellent pain killer, but in the context of your ileostomy...

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j cannot get my urostomy barrier to stick on the left side of my abdomen, the right side sticks fine but the left side will...

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In Urostomy, a small piece of ileum is formed as stoma and your ureter is attached to it (ureteroenteric...

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