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Sexual Function and Continence in A Urinary Diversion-Undiversion Case

Volume 11 - Issue 3

Garofalo M1, Conti GM*1, Mineo Bianchi F1, Gentile G2, Bianchi L1, Saraceni G3, Colella A1, Colombo F2 and Brunocilla E1

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    • 1Department of Urology, Sant’Orsola Hospital - University of Bologna, Italy
    • 2Andrology-Unit, Sant’Orsola Hospital - University of Bologna, Department of Urology, Italy
    • 3Complex Pelvic Surgery Unit, Sant’Orsola-Malpighi Hospital, Italy
    • *Corresponding author: Conti GM, Department of Urology, Sant’Orsola Hospital - University of Bologna, Bologna, Italy

Received: November 19, 2018;   Published: November 27, 2018

DOI: 10.26717/BJSTR.2018.11.002101

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The case report present the case of a young men with bladder cancer that previously underwent radical cistectomy with orthotopic neobladder (ON), converted to ileal conduct due to early surgical complications, who demanded a further ON conversion because of a perceived strong altered self-body image to affect QoL hugely.

Keywords : Radical Cystectomy; Health Related Quality of Life; Urinary diversion; Ileal Conduit; Neobladder

Abbreviations : RC: Radical Cystectomy; BC: Bladder Cancer; UD: Urinary Diversions; ON: Orthotopic Neobladder; IC: Ileal Conduit; HR-QoL: Health Related- Quality of Life; CT: Computed Tomography; EF: Erectile Function

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