- Management of urethral and bladder duplication anomalies centers on prevention of recurrent infections and preservation of renal function. We present a surgical approach to urethral triplication and bladder duplication utilizing a combined robotic and open approach.
- Management of late-occurring or long (>3 cm) post-transplant ureteral strictures usually requires open surgery, which includes ureteroureterostomy (UU) as an option. Recently, robotic-assisted laparoscopic UU for ectopic ureters in a duplicated system has been described. We report a case of a robotic-assisted laparoscopic transplant-to-native side-to-side UU in a 14-year-old girl with a stricture of nearly two-thirds of her transplant ureter 5 years after a cadaveric renal transplant.