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Colonic fistula

Colonic fistula is a common surgical pathological state. The abnormal channel between gastrointestinal tract, the pathological channel between intestinal canal and other hollow organs or between intestinal canal and body surface due to various reasons belong to the category of intestinal fistula. If it occurs in the colon, it is called colonic fistula. Colonic fistula can be divided into external fistula and internal fistula. The leakage of intestinal contents outside the body is called external fistula, Fistula is called internal fistula when it is connected with another intestinal canal or other hollow organs.


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