Mitrofanoff

Mit·ro·fan·off

(mi-trō'fă-nof),
Paul, 20th-century French pediatric surgeon. See: Mitrofanoff principle.
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Factors that influence outcomes of the Mitrofanoff and Malone antegrade continence enema reconstructive procedures in children.
In our study we had no case requiring bladder augmentation, Mitrofanoff or ileal conduit reconstruction.
Secondary to these pathologies were neurogenic colon and bladder, which were treated through augmentation ileocystoplasty and a Mitrofanoff continent urinary diversion of the bladder.
INTRODUCTION: In Mitrofanoff procedure, appendix is used to construct a continent catheterizable channel to the bladder [1] Although it was originally described for use in children with neurogenic bladders, it is being widely used for many clinical situations.
Ureter was attached in an anti-reflux manner via a sub-mucosal tunnel and appendix dissected from the caecum and anastomosed to right leaf of colonic patch and brought out to right iliac fossa as a catheterizable Mitrofanoff stoma.
Vittecoq O, Ait Said L, Michot C, Mejjad O, Thomine J-M, Mitrofanoff P et al.
Called as an augmentation ileocystoplasty with Mitrofanoff appendicovesicostomy, the surgery normally begins with a big incision, about six inches long, from above the navel down to the pubic area, which is then followed by placement of retractors to pull the stomach muscles out of the way.
Foleys, suprapubics, external catheters, adult incontinence briefs, and the Mitrofanoff procedure were presented with the information that patients need to select the best option for them at this time.
and his mother, it was decided an appendiceal Mitrofanoff continent diversion would be done.