A Fistula is characterized as an abnormal association of two body cavities (such as the rectum and the vagina), or as the association of a body hole to the skin (such as the rectum to the skin). One way a fistula may frame is from an abscess—a pocket of pus in the body. The abscess might be constantly loading up with body fluids such as stool or pee, which prevents mending. In the long run, it breaks through to the skin, another body cavity, or an organ, making a fistula.
Fistulas are more typical in Crohn's disease than they are in ulcerative colitis. Roughly 25 percent of individuals with Crohn's disease create fistulas. Fistulas are commonly treated with surgery or with wound consideration.
Fistulas often occur in the area around the genitals and anus. The four types of fistulas are:
Enterocutaneous: This kind of fistula is from the intestine to the skin. An enterocutaneous fistula might be an entanglement of surgery. It very well may be described as a passageway that progresses from the intestine to the surgery site and then to the skin.
Enteroenteric or Enterocolic: This is a fistula that involves the large or small intestine.
Enterovaginal: This is a fistula that goes to the vagina.
Enterovesicular: This sort of fistula goes to the bladder. These fistulas may result in incessant urinary tract infections or the passage of gas from the urethra during urination.
Symptoms of fistulas can incorporate torment, fever, tenderness, tingling, and by and large inclination ineffectively. The fistula may also deplete pus or a noxious discharge. These symptoms change based on the severity and area of the fistula.
 Laser Treatment for Fistula
Application of Laser in Proctology
 Haemorrhoidectomy
 Endoscopic coagulation of haemorrhoids and haemorrhoidal peduncles
 Rhagades
 Low, medium and high transphincteric anal fistulas, both single and multiple, and relapses
 Perianal Fistula
 Sacrococcigeal fistula (sinus pilonidanilis)
 Polyps
 Neoplasms

 DLPL Treatment
Jyoti Nursing Home in Jaipur provides the latest Distal Laser Proximal Ligation (DLPL) which is a novel sphincter‐saving procedure for the treatment of complex anal fistula. Primary closure of the track is achieved using laser energy emitted by a radial fibre connected to a diode laser.
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