Is fistulous disease a contraindication to laparoscopic resection?


Laparoscopic Surgery for Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Technical Issues

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Fistulous disease–24 sec
Citation references–1:08 (add this link to citation–
radiograph of small bowel with fistulae–4:45
Crohn’s disease complications–4:17
colo-duodenal fistula video procedure–5:49
ileo-vesical fistula video procedure–6:58
ileo-sigmoid fistula video procedure–8:21
answer to question posed in title–10:12

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