Fistulotomy

What is Fistulotomy?

A fistulotomy is the surgical opening of a fistulous tract. They can be performed by excision of the tract and surrounding tissue, simple division of the tract, or gradual division and assisted drainage of the tract.

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I had an anal fistulotomy over a year ago, and still have occasional pain when sitting. My doctor says everything is normal. Is it typical after...

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Its will take some weeks to be same again soon

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Hello,Have gone through problem.

Sit in a tub of warm water for about...

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I am 42 years female suffering from anal fissure for past 13 years since the birth of our youngest daughter. It healed after the first couple of...

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Hi and welcome.
Anal fissures that don't heal on conservative therapy,should be treated with surgery,there is no...

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I am 35 yrs old, delivered twin boys 11 months ago and have had a very hectic routine of managing them. Off late around 10 days ago, I...

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Perianal fistula should be ruled out.

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Thank you for asking Health care magic forum.

I have gone through your...

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