Urology Lessons for Colorectal Surgeons

Ju.G. Aljaev, P.V. Tsar'kov, E.A. Bezrukov, A.Ju. Kravchenko, A.V. Proskura

Research Institute of Uronephrology and Human Reproductive Health, Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University, Moscow
The anatomical and functional relationship of the pelvic organs is a prerequisite to the development of complications when performing surgical procedures in this anatomical region. Prevention and timely diagnosis of intraoperative injuries of both the urinary system organs and intestine, as well as well-coordinated work of urologist and colorectal surgeon team offer the opportunity to employ optimal tactics for the patient management.


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About the Autors

Corresponding author: A.V. Proskura – Resident at Department
of Urology, Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University;
e-mail: Proskura777@yandex.ru

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