Enterocutaneous fistula

What is Enterocutaneous fistula?

An enterocutaneous fistula (ECF) is an abnormal communication between the small or large bowel and the skin that allows the contents of the stomach or intestines to leak through an opening in the skin.

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I have crohns disease -diagnosed 40 years ago. had 1/3 intestines removed, enterocutaneous fistula in 2005, numerous surgeries....was treated w...

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I have crohns disease -diagnosed 40 years ago. had 1/3 intestines removed, enterocutaneous fistula in 2005, numerous surgeries....was treated w...

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What are skin side effects, contraindications, and treatments for side effect of someone with IBS?

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