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Table 6 Summary of literature reporting late complications related to stoma and ureteroileal anastomosis in bladder cancer patients after ileal conduit surgery

From: An improved ileal conduit surgery for bladder cancer with fewer complications

Reference Total (cases) Median/mean follow-up (months) Complication [cases (%)]
Stoma-related Ureteroileal anastomosis-related
Kouba et al. [10] 137 29 21 (15.3)
Madersbacher et al. [14] 131 98 31 (23.7) 18 (13.7)
Shimko et al. [15] 1057 186 163 (15.4) 106 (10.0)
Cheung et al. [33] 123 38 52 (42.3)
Gburek et al. [34] 66 20 6 (9.1)
Wood et al. [35] 93 63.4 32 (34.4)
Hétet et al. [36] 246 24 45 (18.3) 12 (4.9)
Jakko et al. [37] 118 > 12 14 (11.9)a 13 (11.0)
Movassaghi et al. [38] 92 34 21 (22.8)
The present study
 Conventional technique 100 32 13 (13.0) 8 (8.0)
 Modified technique 145 30.5 0 0
  1. Modified ileal conduit urinary diversion (the link to the video of surgical process: http://www.cancercommun.com/video/18-00281.asp)
  2. – Not reported
  3. aParastomal hernia and stoma stenosis were included simultaneously