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Ann Med Res. 1995; 2(3): 280-283

Radical cystoprostatectomy and ileal neobladder substitution: an experience with a T2 invasive bladder tumor patient

Dr. Semih ƖZKAN*, Dr. Ošuzhan SARIYƜCE*, Dr. Ali GƜNEŽ*




Radical cystectomy with ileal neobladder substitution has gained popularity with the improvement of the surgical technique and has decreased morbidity and mortality for invasive bladder tumors. Ileal neobladder procedures without disturbing the body image as a diversion can ease the social rehabilitation of the patients who may resist the diversions with stomas. Urinary diversion using ileal neobladders, with their urodynamic findings, resemble the natural bladders, in this study we discuss the results of a radical cystoprostatectomy with ileal neobladder substitution.

Key words: Invasive bladder canser, surgery, radical cystoprostatectomy, ileal bladder, diversions

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