PMID: 7087033Jun 1, 1982Paper

Carcinoma in a colon conduit urinary diversion

The Journal of Urology
M S ChiangH A Wise


In recent years urinary diversion by means of the colon conduit has gained popularity because of the failure to exhibit reflux and the lower incidence of stomal stenosis. However, colon conduit diversion may be associated with adenocarcinoma, as is ureterosigmoidostomy. We report the first occurrence of adenocarcinoma in a colon conduit and, perhaps more important, in a colon conduit in which there had never been a fecal stream.


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