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Transperitoneal ureteric reimplantation Lich-Gregoir technique for vesicoureteral reflux (VUR) in children

F Varlet, MD, PhD
Epublication WebSurg.com, May 2016;16(05). URL: http://websurg.com/doi/lt03envarlet009

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The Lich-Gregoir technique, still currently used in prominent Northern American centers in the nineties, had more or less fallen into disuse. Currently, the scarcity of operative indications for ureterovesical reimplantation, with the advent of the STING procedure, the real technical difficulties found during pneumovesicoscopy for Cohen procedure, the debates on long-term difficulties (e.g., in adult life) to undergo a ureteral endoluminal surgery after a previous Cohen procedure, all these reasons have led to vested and renewed interest in performing the Lich-Gregoir technique laparoscopically. The rigorous evaluation of potential functional vesical disorders is indispensable in case of bilateral surgery.