Fistula In ANO Surgery
An anal fistula is a small channel that can develop between end of the bowel and the skin near anus. It can cause bleeding, pain and discharge while passing stools.
An anal fistula can occur after surgery to drain an anal abscess. In some cases, an anal fistula causes persistent drainage. Patients with undiagnosed anal fistula may present with complains of stool and gas passing through fistula opening. In other cases, closing of outside opening offistula channel can results in recurrent anal abscesses.
Fistula is a chronic pus discharging sinus near anal canal. Pus is formed inside the anus and bursts out of anus. It causes swelling and pain. Only cure for an anal fistula is surgery. If left untreated, anal fistula can continue to make new branches below skin or in rectum leading to multiple communications.
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