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The Journal of Cardiovascular Surgery 2000 June;41(3):469-74

Copyright © 2009 EDIZIONI MINERVA MEDICA

language: English

Surgical repair of abdominal aortic or iliac aneurysms associated with treatment of urological neoplasis

Raso A. M., Bellani A., Rispoli P., Conforti M., Barile G., Cassatella R., Sandrone N., Terrone C., Bellei L., Usai P., Rocca-Rossetti S.

From the School of Specialization in Vascular Surgery *School of Specialization in Urology University of Turin, Turin, Italy


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Safe sur­gical ­repair of an abdom­inal ­aortic aneu­rysm in con­junc­tion ­both ­with neph­rec­tomy (for mono­lat­eral or bilat­eral ­kidney car­ci­noma) or ­with rad­ical cys­tec­tomy and ortho­topic uri­nary diver­sion (for ­bladder car­ci­noma) can be per­formed. ­These com­bined sur­gical pro­ce­dures can be per­formed ­without mor­bidity due to exces­sive ­blood ­loss, ­increased oper­a­tive ­time or vas­cular ­graft infec­tion. A neph­rec­tomy asso­ciated ­with abdom­inal ­aortic aneu­rysm ­repair can be per­formed ­both by a ­median ­single sur­gical ­approach or by a ­double one ­during the ­same inter­ven­tion. The ­authors ­describe and dis­cuss 4 ­case ­reports and the tech­niques ­required for ­these com­bined pro­ce­dures.

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