25-YEAR EXPERIENCE WITH REPLACEMENT OF THE HUMAN BLADDER (CAMEY PROCEDURE)

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Abstract

The Carney enterocystoplasty is a technique for constructing a functional, continent bladder in male patients following cystoprostatectomy for carcinoma. The technique is described and 84 patients treated during a 25-year interval are reviewed.

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