PMID: 1139120Jun 1, 1975Paper

Urinary diversion: the physiological rationale for non-refluxing colonic conduits

British Journal of Urology
J P Richie, D G Skinner


In order to make an accurate comparison between ileal and colonic conduits, and ileal conduit was created from one kidney and a non-refluxing colonic conduit from the other kidney in 16 adult mongrel dogs. Colonic loops do not reflux, have equal resting pressures and rate of emptying when contrasted with ileal conduits, and carry a lower incidence of stomal complications. Colonic conduits respond more favourably to acute occlusion and produce a significantly lower rate of pyelonephritis at 3 months. These factors suggest that colonic conduits offer a definite advantage for long-term urinary diversion.


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