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With more experience and better management, the incidence of complications like stone formation after continent urinary diversion is uncommon today. We report a case of large stone bulk in a patient who underwent this surgery 10 years back and who suggested the formation of stones in the pouch herself by sounding them. Proper counseling, regular pouch irrigation and follow-up are essential in any kind of diversion.

Original publication

DOI

10.4103/0970-1591.60457

Type

Journal article

Journal

Indian J Urol

Publication Date

01/2010

Volume

26

Pages

118 - 119

Keywords

Bladder substitution, continent cutaneous pouch, self-catheterization, stone