Fistula Laser Treatment
Fistula Treatment Without Surgery in Hyderabad
An Anal fistula is an abnormal, inflammatory, tube-like connection that forms between the wall of the bowel and the skin of the anus. A fistula is usually formed due to the repeated filling of an abscess with fluids from the body cavity.
Types of Fistula in Male & Female
- Blind Fistula that is open on one end only but connects to two structures .
- Complete Fistula which has both external and internal opening Horseshoe Fistula that connects the anus to the surface of the skin near the anus after going around the rectum
- Incomplete Fistula which has a tube that starts from the skin that is closed on the inside and it does not connect to any internal structure
Anal Fistula Symptoms
A constant throbbing pain which gets worse when you sit down is a classic fistula symptom.
Some of the other common symptoms include
- Fever due to the infections which cause the pus
- A vague weird feeling of being unwell or uncomfortable
- Swelling around or near the anus
- Redness & Tenderness around or near the area
- Drainage of pus or blood from the area
- Anal pain and swelling
- Constipation and painful bowel movement
Anal Fistula Causes
Fistulas are caused by bursting abscess or recurring ones when an abscess has not been completely treated. Anal fistulas are very painful and uncomfortable because of the draining of the pus. Anal fistulae are more common in men between the ages of 20 and 40 years. Fistula Specialists treat this type of health problems by surgery or medication. Some common reasons which cause fistula include
- Constipation that causes injury
- Infection in the anal glands that line the anal canal
- Crohn’s disease
- Chronic inflammation of the intestines - Chronic Colitis
- Abscess in the large intestine
Treatment Options - Fistula Treatment Without Surgery or With Surgery?
Two of the most common Fistula treatment in hyderabad are :
- Fistulectomy : Fistulous tract is removed and sent for histopathological examination
- Fistulotomy: Fistulous tract is incised and kept open to heal by allowing scar tissue to cover it up
- Coring of the Fistula: Fistula tract is removed from the digestive tract by a deep dissection around the fistula.
- VAFT Video assisted Fistulous tract excision.
- Laser Ablation of the Fistula tract after proper identification and cleaning of the tract. A larger beam is induced to close the whole tract. The procedure involves no cutting, no wounds, no need of dressing and patient goes back work to the next day.
For fistulas affect the internal anal sphincter or only a small portion of the external anal sphincter there is a small risk of incontinence during post operative healing
Fistula Laser Treatment FAQ's
There is no fistula treatment without surgery, fistula cannot heal on its own.
Hemorrhoids and anal fistulas are 2 different types of growths or spots around the opening of the anus. as treatment will vary by different methods. Identifications necessary
AV fistula defects usually occur due to narrowing of veins, Even clots will form (thrombosis).
Main causes of an anal fistula is anal abscesses. Other, causes of anal fistula include: Crohn's disease (an inflammatory disease of the intestine) Radiation (treatment for cancer)
Laser closure is a safe and effective treatment for anal fistula. Using lasers we close fistulas, shorter fistulas have a better outcome.
Best one of Fistula Hospitals in Hyderabad is Maven Medical Center H.no: 8-2-277/B/1, Road No 2, Opp: New Rainbow Children's Hospital, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad.
A proper diet which includes raw fruits, vegetables can support wound healing. when digestive wastes are difficult to pass, severe pain will occur for fistula
A Proctologist is a specialist who deals with anal fistula. General surgeons also treat these in severe cases.
Fistula Surgery cost changes by multiple factors : Starting price is ₹ 18,000. Average cost is ₹ 65,000. Maximum price is ₹ 1,50,000.
Laser surgery same day discharge within hours and the patient can go to work the next day. No need for a night stay.
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