Oncology outcome of Anterior exenteration with Ileal Conduit in a 30 year old Woman


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Oncology outcome of Anterior exenteration with Ileal Conduit in a 30 year old Unmarried female

Dr. Pednekar A , Dr. Yuvaraja. T. B, Dr. Waingankar S. , Dr. Wagaskar V.



We put forward the result of oncologic and urinary outcomes after anterior exenteration for urothelial cell carcinoma in a young unmarried female, identifying tumor characteristics associated with female pelvic organ involvement.

Materials and Methods

30 year old female, who presented with complaints of gross Hematuria- initially painless, associated with clots but not with tissue bits since 2 months. Underwent TURBT with deep muscle biopsy on 9/8/2017. Frozen section report was high grade urotherlial cell carcinoma showing extensive squamous differentiation and detrustor involvement . Underwent Laparoscopic (Robotic assisted) anterior exenteration with ileal conduit and bilateral pelvic Lymphnode dissection on 14/8/2017


Histopathology report was High grade squamous carcinoma involving right posterolateral wall of urinary bladder.

Tumour infiltrates deeply detrusor muscle (pT2b).

Perineural invasion seen.

Endometrium, Myometrium was beningn,

Cervix shows chronic cervicitis and nabothian cysts – free of tumour.

Anterior vaginal cuff is free of tumour. Bilateral fallopian tubes are unremarkable.

All Lymphnodes are negative.

Pathological stage : pT2bN0Mx (AJCC 7th edition)


In this Video, a 30-year-old woman with bladder cancer is presented. The diagnosis was made by cystoscopy + Transurethral resection of bladder tumour and CT scan. But due to The Risk of Urethral Tumors in Female Bladder Cancer, only ileal conduit was done.