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Fistule enterocutanee spontanee. A propos de trois cas

T Dossouvi, B Ntimon, M Dagbe, K Adabra, A Amavi, D Assih, L Djalogue, D Dosseh

Abstract


Les fistules entéro-cutanées spontanées constituent souvent une complication des affections inflammatoires, tumorales, ischémiques etinfectieuse du tube digestif. Leur prise en charge est médicochirurgicale.Les auteurs rapportent un cas de fistule appendiculo-cutanée, un cas de fistule colo-cutanée et un cas de fistule iléo-cutanée ayant nécessité un traitement chirurgical avec une évolution favorable.

Mots clés: fistule entéro-cutanée spontanée, traitement conservateur, traitement chirurgical, tomodensitométrie, Togo

English Title: Spontaneous enterocutaneous fistula. A report of three cases

English Abstract

The spontaneousentero-cutaneous fistula are often the complications of inflammatory, tumoral, ischemic and infectious diseases of digestive tract. The management of the spontaneous entero-cutaneous fistula is medical-surgical. The authors report one case of appendico-cutaneous fistula, coloniccutaneous fistula and ileum-cutaneous fistula which have been treated surgically with well outcome.

Keywords: spontaneous enterocutaneous fistula, conservative management, surgical management, computed tomography, Togo


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