Published in Blood Weekly, June 2nd, 2011
"The Abbe-McIndoe procedure is one of the most frequent surgical procedures used. The original Abbe-McIndoe procedure consisted of the surgical creation of a vagina in between the bladder and the rectum and the successive lining with a dermal graft. In the last decades different authors have introduced several modifications, mostly changing the lining material. Amniotic membranes, inert materials, and oral...
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