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Anal abscess and fistula
Fistula - Cedars-Sinai
Anal Fistulas are tracks that develop, frequently as the result of an infection, in the layers of the muscle or in fatty layers of tissue involving the area of the anus. Anal Fistulas may increase in size, track through long areas of tissue, forge an outlet and opening into the perineum the area between the anus and the urinary opening , and become infected. They can be very painful and require draining and a process of closure over a period of time. Surgery for Anal Fistulas may involve draining any infection. This may include the placement of a seton or several setons.
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Anal Fistula Surgery
What is a perianal fistula? A perianal fistula, almost always the result of a previous abscess, is a small passage connecting the anal gland from which the abscess arose to the skin where the abscess was drained. What is a perianal abscess? A perianal abscess is an infection in a mucous-secreting gland in the anal canal around your anus.
Access your health information from any device with MyHealth. You can message your clinic, view lab results, schedule an appointment, and pay your bill. Your surgeon will draw from a variety of techniques to access and repair your fistula. As nationally renowned experts in minimally invasive colorectal surgery , this means using special techniques and making the smallest incision possible.