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Drawing of an ileal conduit urostomy. Labels point to the stoma, ileal conduit, and ureters. Title: Drawing of an ileal conduit urostomy. Labels point to the stoma, ileal conduit, and ureters
Alternate text: Drawing of an ileal conduit urostomy. Labels point to the stoma, ileal conduit, and ureters.
Caption: The ileal conduit is made from a short segment of the small intestine. The ureters are attached to one end of the conduit. The other end is placed at the skin's surface to create a stoma.
Category of Image: Instructional
Image Number: N00560
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Keywords: Urination Disorders, Urinary Diversion, Stoma, Intestines, Kidney, Surgical Techniques, Abdomen, Anatomy, Male, Urostomy, Urologic Diseases


Illustration Location in Publications:

Publication: Urinary Diversion (KU-221)
Location: www.niddk.nih.gov/health-information/health-topics/urologic-disease/urinary-diversion/Pages/facts.aspx
Page Number: 1
Publication: The Urologic Diseases Dictionary (KU-139)
Location: kidney.niddk.nih.gov/kudiseases/pubs/udictionary/index.aspx
Page Number: 12

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