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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Postoperatively, the patient developed a colocutaneous fistula, which was re-excised.
A case of a colocutaneous fistula: A rare complication of mesh migration into the sigmoid colon after open tension-free hernia repair.
Though very rare, they may lead to morbidity in the form of septicemia, peritonitis, abscess formation, and nephrocolic or colocutaneous fistula.
4] Untreated colonic perforation may lead to renal abscess, nephrocolic or colocutaneous fistula, peritonitis and sepsis.
Those complications are multiple and widespread; they include abdominal wall abscess [14], broncholithiasis [15-19], lung abscess, empyema [20], erosion to the back [2123], subdiaphragmatic abscess [24], liver abscess [25], splenic abscess, retroperitoneal abscess [26], peritonitis [27], granulomatous peritonitis, intestinal obstruction [28], thrombosis, colocutaneous fistula [29], malignancy, dyspareunia, and infertility [30, 31], bladder obstruction, incarcerated hernia [32], cellulitis [2], and septicemia [33].
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.
Laparoscopic nephrectomy (hand assisted) for xanthogranulomatous pyelonephritis with colocutaneous fistula is a challenging treatment modality [10].
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.
Two of 4 enterovesical fistulae completely responded and 2 partially responded; 1 of 3 colocutaneous fistulae had a complete response and 2 did not respond (Table 3).
Enteral nutrition is beneficial with low-output fistulas and fistulas located in the most proximal portion of the small bowel (feeding provided distally), or with colocutaneous fistulas.
The colocutaneous fistula healed spontaneously within 6 weeks.
Other common encountered complication were fistula formation, which occurs across a broad spectrum, ranging from fistulas of the skin or umbilicus to colocutaneous or colovesical fistulas.