- •Double-barrelled wet colostomy presents advantages like the single stoma placement and the simplicity of the technique.
- •There are no differences in the rate of complications between double-barrelled wet colostomy and Bricker ileal conduit.
- •The long-term complications related to urinary diversion remain high despite the type of technique.
- •The DFS and OS after 48 months of follow up was 51 % and 58 % respectively.
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