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1
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What is an ileal conduit?

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They take a snippet of the small intestine, attach the ureters to it, and reroute it to the surface of the skin and the patient will have a stoma.

2
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They take a snippet of the small intestine, attach the ureters to it, and reroute it to the surface of the skin and the patient will have a stoma.

This is a…

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ileal conduit

3
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What is this a picture of?

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ileal conduit

4
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What is a urinary incontinent diversion to the skin?

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ileal conduit

5
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What is a urinary continent diversion to the skin?

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continent cutaneous reservoir

6
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This is an example of a…

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continent cutaneous reservoir

7
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Which stoma does a patient have to catheterize themselves? A ileal conduit or a continent cutaneous reservoir?

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Continent cutaneous reservoir

8
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How does the urine come out of an ileal conduit?

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It comes out of the stoma all the time

9
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What is the advantage of the continent cutaneous reservoir?

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The patient doesn’t have an external bag

10
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The urinary diversion that has a small pouch made of the patient’s own body parts and a sphincter on the stomach is a…

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continent cutaneous reservoir

11
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What is the preferred type of urinary diversion?

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orthotopic neobladder

12
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What is another name for an orthotopic neobladder?

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continent diversion to urethra

13
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Which type of urinary diversion most resembles a normal method of urinating?

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orthotopic neobladder (continent diversion to urethra)

14
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This is an example of a…

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Orthotopic neobladder

15
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Which urinary diversion is incontinent?

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ileal conduit

16
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What is the gold standard for urinary reconstruction before advent of continent diversion?

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ileal conduit

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