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4 february 2019 12:59:44

 
Robot-assisted Vescica Ileale Padovana: A New Technique for Intracorporeal Bladder Replacement Reproducing Open Surgical Principles (European Urology)
 




The Vescica Ileale Padovana (VIP) was first described in 1989 as a technique for total bladder replacement and gained popularity due to technical simplicity and functional advantages. Our preliminary results showed that robot-assisted VIP appears to be a feasible technique for robot-assisted totally intracorporeal bladder replacement following robotic radical cystectomy. We report the step-by-step technique of robot-assisted VIP that follows the open surgical principles of detubularization and double folding, mixing the advantages of VIP with the benefits of the robotic approach.


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