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[Laparoscopy of the upper urinary tract].
Lik Sprava 2014 Mar-Apr; (3-4):88-95LS

Abstract

The upper urinary tract is a wide field for using of laparoscopy. The aim of this work was to analyze retrospectively our experience in the development of laparoscopic techniques of surgical treatment of upper urinary tract pathology. 137 patients with pathology of the upper urinary tract were operated laparoscopically in our department during three years (July 2010 - July 2013). There were performed: nephrectomy--75 (54.7%, nephroureterectomy--3, 2.2%, partial nephrectomy--12 (8.7%), adrenalectomy--11 (8%), resection of the adrenal gland--2 (1.5%), cystectomy--10 : (7.3%) ureterolithotomy--15 (11%) pelviolithotomy--3 (2.2%), pyeloplasty--4 (2.9%) nephropexy--2 (14%). The results were evaluated by the comparative analysis of laparoscopic surgery and similar open interventions that were performed in our clinic. The mean operative time after laparoscopic nephrectomy was 180 min (80-220), the mean blood loss during surgery was 150 ml (50-370). The patients discharged at 4-5 days after operation. Laparoscopic partial nephrectomy was performed at an average tumor size 2.7 cm (1.5-3.5). We used warm ischemia in 75% of cases. Its average time was 27 min (9-39), which was significantly greater than in the open resection--17 min (10-27). At the beginning of the development of laparoscopic adrenalectomy the average operative time was 140 min (110-270). In the future, as we got experience, it declined to 70 min (60-90) min. The mean blood loss was 70 ml (range 20-400). After laparoscopic cystectomy, ureterolithotomy, pelviolithotomy and pyeloplastic the patients discharged at 2-3 days. Intraoperative and postoperative complications were not noted. Laparoscopic surgery for treatment of pathology of the upper urinary tract is an alternative to the operations performed by the open approach. The oncological outcomes, functional results and complication rates are comparable for both types of surgery.

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rus

PubMed ID

25286605

Citation

Stepushkin, S P., et al. "[Laparoscopy of the Upper Urinary Tract]." Likars'ka Sprava, 2014, pp. 88-95.
Stepushkin SP, Chebanov KO, Chaĭkovskiĭ VP, et al. [Laparoscopy of the upper urinary tract]. Lik Sprava. 2014.
Stepushkin, S. P., Chebanov, K. O., Chaĭkovskiĭ, V. P., Sokolenko, R. V., Novikov, S. P., & Novikov, V. O. (2014). [Laparoscopy of the upper urinary tract]. Likars'ka Sprava, (3-4), pp. 88-95.
Stepushkin SP, et al. [Laparoscopy of the Upper Urinary Tract]. Lik Sprava. 2014;(3-4)88-95. PubMed PMID: 25286605.
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TY - JOUR T1 - [Laparoscopy of the upper urinary tract]. AU - Stepushkin,S P, AU - Chebanov,K O, AU - Chaĭkovskiĭ,V P, AU - Sokolenko,R V, AU - Novikov,S P, AU - Novikov,V O, PY - 2014/10/8/entrez PY - 2014/10/8/pubmed PY - 2014/10/18/medline SP - 88 EP - 95 JF - Likars'ka sprava JO - Lik. Sprava IS - 3-4 N2 - The upper urinary tract is a wide field for using of laparoscopy. The aim of this work was to analyze retrospectively our experience in the development of laparoscopic techniques of surgical treatment of upper urinary tract pathology. 137 patients with pathology of the upper urinary tract were operated laparoscopically in our department during three years (July 2010 - July 2013). There were performed: nephrectomy--75 (54.7%, nephroureterectomy--3, 2.2%, partial nephrectomy--12 (8.7%), adrenalectomy--11 (8%), resection of the adrenal gland--2 (1.5%), cystectomy--10 : (7.3%) ureterolithotomy--15 (11%) pelviolithotomy--3 (2.2%), pyeloplasty--4 (2.9%) nephropexy--2 (14%). The results were evaluated by the comparative analysis of laparoscopic surgery and similar open interventions that were performed in our clinic. The mean operative time after laparoscopic nephrectomy was 180 min (80-220), the mean blood loss during surgery was 150 ml (50-370). The patients discharged at 4-5 days after operation. Laparoscopic partial nephrectomy was performed at an average tumor size 2.7 cm (1.5-3.5). We used warm ischemia in 75% of cases. Its average time was 27 min (9-39), which was significantly greater than in the open resection--17 min (10-27). At the beginning of the development of laparoscopic adrenalectomy the average operative time was 140 min (110-270). In the future, as we got experience, it declined to 70 min (60-90) min. The mean blood loss was 70 ml (range 20-400). After laparoscopic cystectomy, ureterolithotomy, pelviolithotomy and pyeloplastic the patients discharged at 2-3 days. Intraoperative and postoperative complications were not noted. Laparoscopic surgery for treatment of pathology of the upper urinary tract is an alternative to the operations performed by the open approach. The oncological outcomes, functional results and complication rates are comparable for both types of surgery. SN - 1019-5297 UR - https://www.unboundmedicine.com/medline/citation/25286605/[Laparoscopy_of_the_upper_urinary_tract] DB - PRIME DP - Unbound Medicine ER -