We report our experience performing a robot-assisted dismembered pyeloplasty on a patient with a ureteropelvic junction obstruction in a horseshoe kidney and a prior history of endopyelotomy. We provide 18-month follow-up demonstrating that robotic pyeloplasty is a reasonable second treatment option for patients with horseshoe kidneys with failed prior endourological management.
Recommended CitationPe, Mark L.; Sterious, Steven N.; Liu, Ji-Bin; and Lallas, Costas D., "Robotic dismembered pyeloplasty in a horseshoe kidney after failed endopyelotomy." (2008). Department of Urology Faculty Papers. Paper 4.