|Urinary tract diversion with gastric conduit after total pelvic exenteration for Crohn's disease-related anorectal cancer: a case report
|Formal name：Surgical case reports
|Domestic / Foregin
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|Kimura Kei, Kanematsu Akihiro, Tomono Masato, Kataoka Kozo, Beppu Naohito, Uchino Motoi, Shinohara Hisashi, Ikeuchi Hiroki, Yamamoto Shingo, Ikeda Masataka
|BACKGROUND: In Japan, Crohn's disease (CD)-related cancers occur most frequently in the anal canal. Many patients with advanced CD-related cancer require total pelvic exenteration (TPE) based on their medical history, and choosing the most effective method for urinary diversion is a major concern. We herein report the first case of CD-related cancer treatment with urinary diversion using a gastric conduit after TPE in Japan.
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