The use of continent diversion in the management of rhabdomyosarcoma of the prostate in childhood

The Journal of Urology
E B LanderJ Z Finklestein


Three children with rhabdomyosarcoma of the prostate treated with combination chemotherapy and radiation therapy underwent radical extirpation with continent diversion to the urethra. This urological procedure is technically feasible even in the small child (2 years old) and offers chance for cure. Radical cystectomy with continent diversion need not be considered as mutilating surgery.


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