Figure 1411

Surgeon's view of the right iliac fossa operative site. In this procedure, a 40-year-old man will be receiving his brother's left kidney, which has a single artery, single vein, and single ureter. The renal vessels will be anastomosed to his right external iliac artery and vein, and urinary tract reconstruction will be by extravesical ureteroneocys-tostomy [10,11]. The patient is positioned with the head slightly down, supine, and rotated toward the surgeon, who is standing on the patient's left side.

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