continent reservoir

continent reservoir

A pouch formed from small intestine to hold urine after cystectomy, usually for a higher stage urothelial carcinoma which did not respond to local therapy.

Types
Abdominal diversion reservoir, orthotopic (neobladder) diversion.
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continent reservoir

Surgery A pouch formed from small intestine to hold urine after the bladder has been remove. See Ileostomy, Urostomy.
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When the native urinary bladder is afflicted with disease and removed, urine is diverted into either a continent reservoir or to an externalized non-continent conduit.
Schiller from Olympia Medical Center, Los Angeles will be giving a presentation: The BCIR Continent Reservoir. This educational session will review the three surgical options available following removal of the colon and rectum, including the nature of the procedures, outcomes, and indications.
The continent reservoir required the least amount of manipulation and the chance of continence via the cutaneous channel was excellent.