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Diversion of urine from the kidneys by surgically implanting the ureters onto the sigmoid colon so that the client excretes urine with feces
Ureterosigmoidostomy
Diversion of urine from the kidneys by surgically implanting the ureters onto a piece of small intestine (called a conduit) and then surgically implanting the conduit onto the sigmoid colon so that the client excretes urine with feces
Ureteroileosigmoidostomy
Diversion of urine from the kidneys by surgically implanting both ureters onto a piece of small intestine (called a conduit) and then surgically implanting the conduit onto the skin surface and creating an opening (stoma)
Ileal Conduit
Diversion of urine from the kidneys by surgically implanting a ureter onto the skin surface and creating an opening (stoma)
Single Ureterostomy
Diversion of urine from the kidneys by surgically implanting both ureters in separate locations onto the skin surface and creating two openings (stomas) that are fairly wide apart
Bilateral Ureterostomy
Diversion of urine from the kidneys by surgically implanting both ureters onto the skin surface and creating one opening (stoma)
Transureterostomy
Diversion of urine from the kidneys by surgically implanting both ureters close together onto the skin surface and creating two openings (stomas) that are fairly close together
Double-barrel Ureterostomy
Diversion of urine from the bladder by surgically implanting the bladder onto the skin surface and creating an opening (stoma)
Vesicostomy
Diversion of urine from the pelvis of one or both kidneys by inserting drainage tubing into the pelvis of one or both kidneys
Nephrostomy