Published in Medical Devices and Surgical Technology Week, October 3rd, 2010
"We analysed a series of 279 patients who had undergone anal fistula surgery with long-term follow-up. 42.7% of the fistulae were considered complex and 46% had been referred from other institutions. There was delayed healing or recurrence in 7.2% patients, which appeared at a median of 4 months. The factors associated with recurrence were the type...
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