cystoprostatectomy

cystoprostatectomy

 [sis″to-pros″tah-tek´tah-me]
surgical removal of the urinary bladder and prostate.

cys·to·pros·ta·tec·to·my

(sis'tō-pros'tă-tek'tō-mē),
Surgical removal of bladder, prostate, and seminal vesicles simultaneously.

cystoprostatectomy

/cys·to·pros·ta·tec·to·my/ (-pros-tah-tek´tah-me) surgical removal of the urinary bladder and prostate gland.

cystoprostatectomy

[-pros′tətek′təmē]
surgical removal of the bladder, prostate gland, and seminal vesicle.
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Nerve-sparing robot-assisted radical cystoprostatectomy and urinary diversion.
With these findings the patient underwent radical cystoprostatectomy and ileal conduit operation.
A total of 23 patients underwent radical cystoprostatectomy, and 14 underwent anterior pelvic exenteration.
This reduction in mortality coincides with a reduction in the number of patients who lose their bladder as a result of radical cystoprostatectomy for muscle-invasive or aggressive superficial disease.
16) Furthermore, perioperative epidural blockade inhibits protein breakdown after cystoprostatectomy, accentuates the stimulating effect of parenteral alimentation on whole-body protein synthesis, and reduces postoperative mortality and morbidity.
Our operations include a broad spectrum, from burning off warts and circumcisions to radical cystoprostatectomy (removing the urinary bladder, prostate gland, and reconstructing the urinary tract).
Is it justifyed to avoid radical cystoprostatectomy in elderly patients with invasive transitional cell carcinoma of the bladder.
Seven (70%) of the 10 patients with invasive urothelial carcinomas underwent radical cystoprostatectomy or cystectomy.
A total of 50 men were studied, including a group of 10 men (median age, 61 years; range, 44-72 years) undergoing cystoprostatectomy for bladder cancer with a histologically confirmed absence of PCa (group CYS), 20 patients with BPH (median age, 71 years; range, 63-81 years), and 20 with PCa (median age, 65 years; range, 57-71 years).
According to Walsh and Mostwin (1984), anterior nerve-sparing radical prostatectomy and cystoprostatectomy have significantly reduced the frequency of post-operative ED to 15% prostatectomy and 67% cystoprostatectomy, although newer information questions such positive results (Schiavi & Rehman, 1995), as any surgical procedure involving the lower abdomen can result in destruction of nerves or vessels which may lead to ED (see Leiblum & Rosen, 1989).
The conventional laparoscopic approach to radical prostatectomy for prostate cancer and cystoprostatectomy for bladder cancer utilizes five or six abdominal wall incisions.
Radical cystectomy or cystoprostatectomy with pelvic lymph node dissection is the preferred therapy for primary adenocarcinoma of the bladder.