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Anal Fistula

By Vithai Piles Hospital (30+ days ago)

The anus is an external opening and the feces are expelled from the body. There are many small glands on the inside of the anus. If one of these glands is blocked, an abscess-infected cavity may form. Anal abscesses are usually treated by surgical drainage, although some abscesses spontaneously expel. About 50% of these abscesses may develop into fistulas, one of which connects the infected glands in the anus to the opening in the skin around the anus.

Types of Fistulas

Intestinal skin: This type of fistula is from the intestine to the skin. Parenteral fistula may be a complication of surgery. It can be described as a passage from the intestine to the surgical site and then to the skin.

Intestinal or intestinal colon: This is a fistula involving the large or small intestine.

Intestinal vagina: This is a fistula that goes to the vagina.

Enterovesicular: This type of fistula enters the bladder. These fistulas may cause frequent urinary tract infections or passage of urethral gases during urination.

Causes of Fistula

Intestinal inflammatory disease
Sexually transmitted infection
Tumors including leukemia
Anorectal cancer
Almost one-third of patients with HIV associated with anal abscesses and/or fistulas

Symptoms of an Anal Fistula:

Recurrent anal abscess
Pain and swelling around the anus
Defecation pain
There is a bloody or foul-smelling drainage tube (pus) at the opening around the anus. Pain may be relieved after the fistula is expelled.
Skin irritation around the anus due to continued drainage
Fever, chills, and general fatigue.
Discharge of pus or blood
Abdominal Pain

What are the treatment options for Anal Fistula?

Conventional fistula treatments are fistula resection and ksharsutra. The advanced technologies used today for fistula treatment are FiLaC (Fistula tract-Laser closure) and DLPL (distal ligation proximal laser). Other techniques have their own rate of recurrence, but the recurrence rate of DLPL is zero.

DLPL: In this procedure, first remove any abscess cavity and internal opening, then close the distal path. Then seal the proximal part of the tube with Leonardo Laser. Laser fibers are used to completely close the pipe. If you are searching Clinic for Fistula treatment in Pune then book your appointment at Vithai Piles clinic

How is Fistulas treated?

If the internal fistula causes symptoms, you may need surgery. If the fistula begins in the large intestine, the surgeon can remove the damaged portion. The other end of the fistula is sutured. This type of surgery is usually performed as a minimally invasive procedure (laparoscopic surgery).

The fistula between the rectum and the vagina is also surgically repaired. Surgeons use a flap surgery similar to the "push-skin" technique used to repair perianal fistula to repair these.

The most common problem associated with surgery is the loss of intestinal control. Urinary incontinence is a serious problem especially when surgery involves cutting the anal sphincter.

Simple fistulas are usually easier to treat without damaging the sphincters, but as the fistula becomes more complex, the risk increases. Unfortunately, more conservative measures aimed at maintaining moderation are more likely to fail over time and may need to be repeated.

Vithai Piles Clinic treats fistula in ano by Ayurvedic Kshar sutra treatment. If your are looking top fistula in Ano clinic in Pimpri Chinchwad, Pune vithai piles clinic is best option for fistula treatment

What is the complication of fistula?

Studies have shown that at least one-third of patients with one sputum have another, although some estimates are much higher (60%-80%). The risk of surgical repair of perianal fistula can be severe. These risks include:

Loss of ability to control bowel movements (fecal incontinence)
Narrow the anus (anal stenosis)
Sepsis, a life-threatening infection response

Laser Treatment for Fistula:

Laser Treatment for Fistula is a promising treatment that does not require the incision of the fistula or sphincter. Minimally invasive fistula laser treatment involves the insertion of a special laser probe into the fistula from the outer opening. First, the probe slides all the way to the far end of the channel.

The laser probe then slowly exits the tunnel. The Laser Treatment for Fistula destroys or ablates the epithelial tissue lining the channel as it is slowly emitted and moves along the track and out of the orbit. Removal of this layer of epithelial tissue with a 360 degree laser energy array allows the underlying tissue to heal together in a closed position.

Because minimally invasive fistula laser treatment does not involve the incision of the fistula channel or sphincter, the risk of incontinence is lower and recovery time is shorter than other methods. Vithai piles clinic offer best laser treatment for fistula in Pune.

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