The anal fistula surgery must be performed by a surgeon who is specialized in colon and rectum and there are different methods that can be used to perform it according to the patient characteristics and the specific location of the fistula. When preparing to undergo an anal fistula surgery , the patient must have a prior consultation with the surgeon to talk about the patient's medical record including other current pathologies and medication, prior surgeries and allergies , talk about the patient's worries and desires, and perform a complete physical examination. During the physical examination the surgeon can assess the depth and extent of the fistula tract, its specific location, if it has a single tract or it has branches, among others. After that, the surgeon can recommend the best treatment options for each patient to later decide which is the most suitable according to the advantages and disadvantages of each technique. Once the day of the anal fistula surgery has been chosen, the surgeon will indicate certain measures to the patient in order to avoid complications during the surgery. Among the most common indications, having a special diet and using an enema or laxatives the day before the procedure, taking certain medications such as antibiotics , among others, can be included.
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Try out PMC Labs and tell us what you think. Learn More. Urethro-rectal fistula is a rare pathological entity, most often iatrogenic secondary to prostate surgery, or traumatic secondary to trauma of the pelvis. We report the observation of a year-old patient who consults in urology for urinary discharge through the anus during urination. He is a type I diabetic patient under poorly monitored insulin, he was treated for repeated urethritis, operated 4 months ago for Fournier gangrene with the notion of traumatic urethral catheterization, he presented after the removal of the bladder catheter a dysuria with emission of urine from the anus during urination which motivated a consultation.