During an ileal conduit, a urinary outlet is created
from a piece of the bowel. One end is attached to the ureters and the other end
is attached to a stoma created in the abdomen.
Treated with an Ileal Conduit:
An ileal conduit may be performed in cases of a
damaged or removed bladder.
There are no comparable non-surgical or surgical
alternatives to an ileal conduit.
with an Ileal Conduit:
An ileal conduit is performed under general
anesthesia, which means that the patient is asleep and completely unaware
during the procedure.
Complications from an Ileal Conduit:
Possible risks following an ileal conduit include
infection, bleeding, injury to other organs and a negative reaction to the