ileovesicostomy

ileovesicostomy

/il·eo·ves·i·cos·to·my/ (-ves″ĭ-kos´tah-me) use of a section of ileum to create a channel leading from the urinary bladder upward to the abdominal surface.
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6] The Monti ileovesicostomy uses a short (1 to 2 cm) segment of retubularized ileum as a continent abdominal catheterizable channel, with a stoma placed at the level of the umbilicus, or on the lower abdomen.
A 26-year-old woman with myelomeningocele underwent an uncomplicated Monti ileovesicostomy located at the umbilicus at age 16 for a neurogenic bladder.
Initial experience using a catheterizable ileovesicostomy (Monti procedure) in children.