Review Article

Ileovesicostomy Update: Changes for the 21st Century

Table 2

Patient characteristics.

Patient no. (Age, years)SexEtiologyPreoperative management (years)Followup (months)Concomitant surgeryReoperative procedure

1 (27)MSCI (C6)Chronic urethral catheter (3)Unable to contactNoneNone

2 (33)MSCI (T11)CIC (14), chronic urethral catheter (1)45.1NoneNone

3 (41)FVesicovaginal fistula, history of cervical CA with hysterectomy and radiationIncontinence pads6Urethral closureVaginoscopy, cystogram, vaginogram

4 (34)MSCI (T10)CIC (1)26.6NoneReop 1: urinary fistula closure, urethral closure
Reop 2: enterocystoplasty, Mitrofanoff, bladder neck closure

5 (27)MSCI (T10)SP catheter, CIC (2)38.9NoneNone

6 (37)FSCI (T3)Cystoplasty, Monti catheterizable stoma, cystoscopy with urethral bulking agent injection (24)Failed to return to clinicUrethral closureNone

7 (25)MSCI (T3)Chronic urethral catheter (2)1.7Gastrocutaneous fistula repairUrethral bulking agent injection

8 (37)FSCI (T4)SP catheter (12)36.6SP tube closureNone

M: male, F: female, SCI: spinal cord injury, C: cervical, T: thoracic, CA: cancer, CIC: clean intermittent catheterization , SP: suprapubic, Reop: Reoperation.