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(Perianal fistula)
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  • Epithelioid Hemangioendothelioma of the Bowel in Crohn's Disease: The First Reported Case. [Journal Article]
  • IJInt J Surg Pathol 2018 Sep 21; :1066896918801527
  • Spasic S, Brcic I, … Rosenberg AE
  • CONCLUSIONS: Long-standing inflammatory bowel disease is associated with significant risk for developing neoplasms, usually carcinomas, which can be indistinguishable radiologically and clinically from nonneoplastic complications. These tumors are often identified as an incidental finding in specimens resected for clinically severe disease. This is the first report of EHE arising in the bowel affected by CD, and it mimicked mural fibrosis and fissures.
  • Retrospective Clinical and Microbiologic Analysis of Patients with Anorectal Abscess. [Journal Article]
  • SISurg Infect (Larchmt) 2018 Sep 20
  • Alabbad J, Abdul Raheem F, … Alfouzan W
  • CONCLUSIONS: Escherichia coli is the most common micro-organism cultured from patients presenting with anorectal abscess. Despite an increase in community-acquired multi-resistant strains, our results show a low overall incidence of such isolate. Our study provides a large microbiologic sample of patients with anorectal abscess to expand the present knowledge of the etiology of a common surgical condition.
  • Can Perianal Fistula Be Treated Non-surgically with Platelet-Rich Fibrin Sealant? [Journal Article]
  • JGJ Gastrointest Surg 2018 Sep 05
  • Pérez Lara FJ, Hernández González JM, … Oliva Muñoz H
  • CONCLUSIONS: Outpatient treatment of perianal fistula is totally innocuous. It is a very low cost procedure and the results obtained are highly acceptable (similar to those of the surgical insertion of a plug, with traditional curettage). Therefore, we believe this approach should be considered a valid initial treatment for perianal fistula, reserving surgical treatment (curettage and sealing using a cylindrical-curette kit) for cases in which this initial method is unsuccessful. This would avoid many complications and achieve considerable financial savings for the health system.
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