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|dc.identifier.citation||ANZ Journal of Surgery, 1995; 1995 65(8):596-599||-|
|dc.description.abstract||Four male sheep were studied 12 months after an autoaugmentation omentocystoplasty (AAOC). The omentuni was lined with urothelium, but continued inflammation and/or fibrosis were seen within the subepithelial tissues associated with a failure to achieve enlargement of the bladder when compared with a control group of six animals. The median compliance value was 59 mL/cm H 2O for the AAOC animals and 9.8 mL/cm H2O for the control group, indicating that no improvement in bladder dynamic function had been achieved with the AAOC in sheep, and no significant improvement had occurred with time when the results were compared with those seen 6 months earlier.||-|
|dc.description.statementofresponsibility||P. A. Dewan, A. J. Owen, W. Stefanek, C. Lorenz and R. W. Byard||-|
|dc.title||Late follow up of autoaugmentation omentocystoplasty in a sheep model||-|
|dc.identifier.orcid||Byard, R. [0000-0002-0524-5942]||-|
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