The use of an ileal conduit as a means of treatment for bladder cancer or dysfunction is widely used and understood. However, long term surveillance of that conduit has not been strongly established and set forth as a means of screening. We present a 76yo female with a history of neurogenic bladder secondary to paraplegia who underwent the formation of a "Koff" pouch as a conduit. Nineteen years later she presents with hematuria and was found to have adenocarcinoma originating in her conduit.
Urology case reports. 2017 May 10*** epublish ***
Bradley Sherman, Frederick Taylor
Department of Surgery, Doctor's Hospital, Columbus, OH, USA., Grant Medical Center, Central Ohio Urology Group, USA.