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Exstrophy of the bladder 50 years survival following cysto sigmoidostomy case report


, : Exstrophy of the bladder 50 years survival following cysto sigmoidostomy case report. Scandinavian Journal of Urology and Nephrology 9(3): 282-284

A patient with exstrophy of the bladder is described. He was operated on with the Maydl technique at the age of 6 yr. Fifty years after the primary operation his left kidney was removed because of chronic pyelonephritis. No damage was seen in the other kidney.

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