Intestinal fistulas occurred after the eventration’s cure with alloplastic procedures

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After eventrations’ postoperative cure through alloplastic procedures, intestinal fistulas may occur. The present study is examining a number of possible factors involved in the occurrence of intestinal fistula (type and location of the celiotomy following which appeared the eventration, the type of the net substitutes, co-morbidities and the method of the alloplastic substitution) and its treatment. The analysis was retrospective and it covered 8 (eight) cases of intestinal fistula occurred after the installation of replacement nets for eventration postoperative cure.

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