colocutaneous

colocutaneous

 [ko″lo-ku-ta´ne-us]
pertaining to the colon and skin, or communicating with the colon and the cutaneous surface of the body.

colocutaneous

/co·lo·cu·ta·ne·ous/ (-ku-ta´ne-us) pertaining to the colon and skin, or communicating with the colon and the cutaneous surface of the body.

colocutaneous

(ko?lo-ku-ta'ne-us) [? + L. cutis, skin]
1. Pert. to the colon and the skin.
2. Pert. to a pathological or surgical connection between the colon and the skin. See: colostomy

colocutaneous

pertaining to the colon and skin, or communicating with the colon and the cutaneous surface of the body.
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4] Untreated colonic perforation may lead to renal abscess, nephrocolic or colocutaneous fistula, peritonitis and sepsis.
2004 [4] All possible manifestations secondary to gallstone spillage: Infectious, abscesses -- Liver -- Subhepatic -- Retrohepatic -- Intra-abdominal -- abdominal wall -- Retroperitoneal -- Loin -- Pelvis Cutaneous -- Sinuses -- Granuloma formation -- Colocutaneous fistula Mechanical -- Instestinal obstruction -- Lodgement in distal hernia sacs -- Dyspareunia -- Tenesmus Migratory -- Chest empyema, cholelithoptysis -- Urinary tract excretion, hematuria Systemic -- Septicaemia Article Estimated complication rate Zehetner et al.
Major complications associated with PEG tubes include such serious issues as necrotising fasciitis, colocutaneous fistula, intraperitoneal bleeding, bowel perforation, septicaemia, buried bumper syndrome and aspiration pneumonia.
Endoscopic Treatment of a Benign Colocutaneous and Enterocolonic Fistula by Insertion of overlapping self-expandable Metal Stents.
A colocutaneous fistula was suspected clinically, when over several days the discharge became faeculent.