Surgical Management of Ureteral Strictures Arising From Radiotherapy for Prostate Cancer

Ureteral strictures arising from radiotherapy for the treatment of prostate cancer are rare. We describe four cases of these ureteral strictures emphasizing pre-operative factors that may have contributed to development of the strictures, their ultimate surgical management, and the patients' short-term outcomes.

Urology case reports. 2016 Mar 28*** epublish ***

J Orchard, Jonathan D Tward, Sara Lenherr, James M Hotaling, William O Brant, Jeremy B Myers

University of Utah, Department of Surgery, Center for Reconstructive Urology, USA., Huntsman Cancer Institute, Department of Radiation Oncology, Salt Lake City, UT, USA., University of Utah, Department of Surgery, Center for Reconstructive Urology, USA., University of Utah, Department of Surgery, Center for Reconstructive Urology, USA., University of Utah, Department of Surgery, Center for Reconstructive Urology, USA., University of Utah, Department of Surgery, Center for Reconstructive Urology, USA.

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