Ileostomy - is the creation of a stoma. The small intestine is brought to the surface, where it is inverted and attached to the skin to eliminate waste products. The stoma can be either an end ileostomy or a loop ileostomy. Ileostomies are usually located on the right side of your abdomen. These ostomies can be temporary or permanent.
Colostomy - is the creation of a stoma. The large intestine is brought to the surface, where it is inverted and attached to the skin to eliminate waste products. The stoma can be either an end colostomy or a loop colostomy. A colostomy is usually located on the left side of your abdomen. The creation of an ostomy can be temporary or permanent.
Urostomy / Ileal conduit - A urostomy is created using a small section of the small intestine called the conduit. The intestine is then reconnected. One side of the conduit is stapled closed, and the other is inverted and brought out to the right side of the abdomen to create the stoma. The ureters from your kidneys are tunneled into the conduit to allow the urine to flow to the outside of the body. Initially, post-surgery you will have two stents through the stoma. These will usually be removed before you go home.
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