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Chinese Journal of Urology ; (12): 535-538, 2014.
Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-454230


Objective To evaluate the feasibility and safety of transumbilical laparoendoscopic sin-gle-site dismembered pyeloplasty ( U-LESS-P ) for the treatment of ureteropelvic junction obstruction (UPJO). Methods Between Mar.2011 and Mar.2012, U-LESS-P was performed in 8 consecutive pa-tients with UPJO by one experienced laparoscopic surgeon .The patients included 5 males and 3 females, with an average age of 28 (16-45) years.Of the 8 patients, six presented with flank pain , and two were a-symptomatic and discovered incidentally by health check .Of the 8 patients, seven had UPJO on the left side and one on the right side .The diagnosis was established by renal ultrasonography , diuretic renal scan , intra-venous urography (IVU) or/and computed tomography urography (CTU).Renal ultrasonography, IVU and ( or) CTU showed hydronephrosis and UPJO in the affected side , while diuretic renal scan demonstrated re-nal function deteriorated .No patients had undergone abdominal surgery previously .A 2-2.5 cm umbilical in-cision was made for single-port access .The procedures were performed using 30°5 mm or 10 mm laparoscope with a combination of conventional and bent laparoscopic instruments . Results All procedures were com-pleted successfully .None was converted to open surgery or traditional laparoscopic surgery .The mean opera-tive time was 153 (117-190) min, and the average estimated blood loss about 20 (10-40) ml.The mean time to resume oral diet was 1.5 days.The drainage remained 2-7 days.The mean hospital stay was 6 (4-8) days.With the follow-up of 3-6 months, symptom-free was investigated in all 8 cases.Ultrasonography , diuretic renal scan and IVU showed decreased or disappeared hydronephrosis .No operative complication , such as anastomotic stoma stenosis , was founded . Conclusions U-LESS-P is a safe and effective proce-dure for the treatment of UPJO , with the advantages of decreased operative morbidity , postoperative rapid re-covery and improved cosmetic result .

Article in Chinese | WPRIM | ID: wpr-814559


OBJECTIVE@#To investigate the clinical application of retroperitoneoscopic dismembered pyeloplasty for pediatric ureteropelvic junction obstruction (UPJO).@*METHODS@#Of the 85 pediatric patients with UPJO, 56 were boys and 29 were girls. The age of the patients ranged from 2.5 to 11 years (mean = 4.6 years).B-ultrasonography showed hydronephrosis <15 mm (mild) in 15 patients,15-30 mm (moderate) in 59, <30 mm (severe) in the other 6. Intravenous urography (IVU) showed good imaging in 55 patients within 30 min, light imaging in 27 at 30-120 min, and no imaging in 3 after 120 min. The 85 patients underwent retroperitoneoscopic dismembered pyeloplasty. Conventional antegrade or modified antegrade double-J stenting was inserted in the 85 patients intraoperatively.@*RESULTS@#The operation was successful in all, with no conversion to open surgery during the operation. The mean operation time was 146 min (125-240 min).The mean blood loss was 68 mL (55-112 mL).The mean postoperative hospitalization was 7 d (6-8 d ).Urine leakage occurred in 1 patient and with a good drainage, urine leakage disappeared in 1 week. Follow-up ranged 3-24 months (mean = 11 months).IVU showed on UPJ stricture, and good imaging in 75 patients within 30 min, light imaging in 10 at 30-120 min. Hydronephrosis was remitted:hydronephrosis resolution in 51 patients, mild in 6 and moderate in 3.@*CONCLUSION@#Retroperitoneoscopic dismembered pyeloplasty is a safe, effective and mini-invasive procedure for pediatric ureteropelvic junction obstruction, with a rapid postoperative recovery. It will be the ideal treatment for UPJO in pediatric patients.

Child , Child, Preschool , Female , Humans , Male , Kidney Pelvis , General Surgery , Laparoscopy , Methods , Retroperitoneal Space , Ureteral Obstruction , Diagnosis , General Surgery , Urologic Surgical Procedures , Methods