Journal of Universal Surgery

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A Comparison between Two Kidney Transplant Ureteroneocystostomy Techniques: Full-Thickness Single Layer Anastomosis and Lich-Gregoir

Behnam Sanei, Mozaffar Hashemi,  Abbas Tabataei, Razie Jafari and Hamid Reza Jafari

Urinary complications such as urine leak, stricture, ureteric obstruction and vesicoureteral reflux are the most common technical adverse events following A variety of urinary tract reconstructive methods have been proposed and compared to find an ideal method with minimum urinary complications. Today, ureteroneocystostomy is the most common urinary tract reconstructive method utilized in kidney transplantation. The main aim of the present study was to compare urologic complications following the use of FTSL and LG techniques in kidney transplant ureteroneocystostomy in a clinical trial study.