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Distal conservative urinary tract resections and reconstructions for locally advanced gynecologic malignancies

N. Bacalbașa, I. Bălescu, G. Tie, I. Brezean


Abstract: Due to the anatomical proximity of the urinary and gynecological tract, malignant processes originating from the gynecological viscera might involve the distal segments of the urinary tract, imposing the performance of en bloc resections. However, the demanded procedure widely varies in regard to the location of the invaded area as well as the other anatomical particularity of the patient. This is a literature review of the most commonly performed urinary tract resections and reconstructions for locally advanced gynecologic malignancies including ureteral resection and reimplantation, partial cystectomies with cystoraphy or augmentation cystoplasties and anti-reflux procedures such as psoas hitch or Boari flaps.
DOI:10.18643/gieu.2017.85

Keywords: ureteral resection, partial cystectomy, ureteroneocystostomies, psoas hitch, Boari flap.

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