The role of intestinal urinary diversion in cases of complicated urinary incontinence

Workshop 27

Workshop Schedule

09:00

Gamal Ghoniem

09:05

Ayman Mahdy

09:15

Joanna Togami

09:25

Ayman Mahdy

09:40

Ahmed Elzwahry

09:55

Gamal Ghoniem

10:15

All

10:30

None

11:00

Joanna Togami

11:15

Gamal Ghoniem

11:30

All

Aims & Objectives

Advanced
180 minutes
Reconstructive Surgery: LUT
urinary incontinence intestinal urinary diversion complicated urinary incontinence
Urologists or urogynecologists who manage urinary incontinence

Management of complicated and recurrent cases of urinary incontinence is a surgical challenge that frustrates patients and their caregivers. This is particularly true when urinary incotinence is associated with extensive lower tract damage, irreversible pathology of the lower urinary tract and/or failed multiple previous procedures. The use of bowel for urinary diversion might be the last resort in those cases. Our objective is to address the indications of intestinal urinary diversion in cases with complicated/recurrent urinary incontinence. We suggest it is of similar importance knowing the pertinent GI anatomy and physiology, the most commonly applied techniques and their complications and surgical tips from our own practical experience.