The ileal conduit as a means of supravesical urinary diversion has been widely employed since 1950. The first operations of this nature were performed at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in 1955. All patients at the State University of Iowa Hospitals subjected to ileal diversion from 1961 through 1969 have been reviewed; many of the findings form the basis of this report.
KeywordsUrinary Diversion Parastomal Hernia Acute Pyelonephritis Ileal Conduit Ileal Segment
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