Dilation encountered during upper tract imaging in patients with or without documentation of ureteroenteric or stomal obstruction was accepted as urinary tract obstruction (2).
Bricker and Wallace remain the two most common surgical techniques of ureteroenteric anastomosis for ileal conduit (31).
Effects on renal function of obstructive and nonobstructive dilatation of the upper urinary tract in ileal neobladders with refluxing ureteroenteric anastomoses.
Ureteroenteric anastomotic strictures after radical cystectomy--Does operative approach matter?
Ureteroenteric anastomosis in continent urinary diversion: Long-term results and complications of direct vs.
Long-term results of treatment for ureteroenteric strictures.
Patients with stricture disease from ureteropelvic junction (UPJ) obstruction, malignancy, external compression, ureteroenteric anastomosis, and transplant ureteroneocystotomy, as well as patients with less than six months followup were excluded.
Long-term results of endoureterotomy for benign ureteral and ureteroenteric strictures.
Readmissions in the global period based on primary diagnosis Group A: Group B: p value non-opioid opioid predominant predominant (n = 6; 40%) (n = 11; 44%) Urinary tract infection, 2 7 pyelonephritis, urosepsis Percent of readmissions 33% 64% 0.3 Wound complication Fascial dehiscence 1 1 Pelvic abscess -- 2 Percent of readmissions 17% 27% 1.0 Dehydration/electrolyte 2 1 imbalances Percent of readmissions 33% 9% 0.5 Urinary tract obstruction, 1 - ureteroenteric
obstruction, accidental stent removal Percent of readmissions 17% 0% 0.3
The two most common types of ureteroenteric anastomosis during the procedure are the refluxing Bricker and Wallace techniques.
The objective of the present study was to perform a meta-analysis of all studies that have compared ureteroenteric stricture rates between both surgical techniques.
The main long-term complications of ileal neobladders are infections and stone formation, ureteroenteric
stricture, voiding dysfunction, metabolic abnormalities, tumours, and perforations.