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Ann Med Res. 1994; 1(2): 175-181

Fistulous complications of Crohn s disease


Sezer GÜRER*, M.D, Mehmet GÜREL*, M.D




The fistulas encountered in Crohn's disease are a quite frequent complication. Fistulas may be internal, i.e., gut-to-gut. or external, i.e., gut-to-skin. Treatment of these fistulas can be a considerable problem with mortality rates avaraging about 6-10 % . The present article examines the various types of fistulas encountered with Crohn's disease and their possible treatment according to the recent contributions in literature. /Journal of Turgut (ha! Medical Center 1(2): I ~5-IS I, 1994/

Key Words: Crohn's disease, fistula, treatment

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