detrusorrhaphy

(redirected from extravesical reimplantation)

de·tru·sor·rha·phy

(dē-trū-sōr'ă-fē),
A procedure in which bladder muscle (detrusor) is reconstructed around the ureterovesical junction to form a competent one-way valve.
See also: ureteroneocystostomy.
[detrusor + G. rhaphē, a seam]

de·tru·sor·rha·phy

(dē-trū-sōr'ă-fē)
A procedure in which bladder muscle (detrusor) is reconstructed around the ureterovesical junction to form a competent one-way valve.
See also: ureteroneocystostomy
Synonym(s): extravesical reimplantation.
[detrusor + G. rhaphē, a seam]
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Extravesical reimplantation seems to be an easy technique for this situation, but it is difficult to dissect peritubal adhesions and has the risk of increased postoperative temporal urinary retention in patients undergoing bilateral ureteral reimplantation.