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International Journal of Surgery Science
Vol. 4, Issue 2, Part E (2020)

To study the management of Fistula-In-Ano: An experience at tertiary care centre in rural area, can achieve acceptable fistula care

Author(s): Dr. Sangita M Gavit, Dr. Sushant P Supe and Dr. Sagar A Kurkure
Abstract: Background: Fistula In-Ano is one of the major ano-rectal issues. Crypto glandular infection is the main cause, can be multiple that extends from same primary opening. Fistulectomy, sphincter saving operations usually recommended for fistula.
Objectives: 1. to assess the modes of presentation. 2. To assess treatment modality 3. To assess post-operative outcome.
Material and method: Prospective cohort study 49 patients included, carried out at dept. of surgery tertiary care centre, MUHS Nasik, Maharashtra India, between Jan 2014 to Jan 2019.
Result: Maximum patients observed in 46-55 years age group (42.87%). M:F ratio was 3.9:1 Most of them low socioeconomic class. (85.72%) showed low fistula, posteriorly situated with single external opening. Surgeries were fistulectomy, fistulotomy, fistulectomy with closure and curettage. Minimum complication observed infection, incontinence, recurrence. Duration of healing (46.94%) observed in 7-12 weeks, primary healing was (95.91%).
Conclusion: A Good outcome was achieved in the majority of patients with few complications; however there is a need for large-scale trials to evaluate the different surgical treatment modalities.
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How to cite this article:
Dr. Sangita M Gavit, Dr. Sushant P Supe, Dr. Sagar A Kurkure. To study the management of Fistula-In-Ano: An experience at tertiary care centre in rural area, can achieve acceptable fistula care. Int J Surg Sci 2020;4(2):294-298. DOI: https://doi.org/10.33545/surgery.2020.v4.i2e.432
International Journal of Surgery Science