fistulization

fistulization

 [fis″tu-lĭ-za´shun]
1. the process of becoming fistulous.
2. surgical creation of a fistula.

fis·tu·la·tion

, fistulization (fis'tyū-lā'shŭn, -tū-li-zā'shŭn),
Formation of a fistula in a part; becoming fistulous.

fistulization

/fis·tu·li·za·tion/ (fis″tu-lĭ-za´shun)
1. the process of becoming fistulous.
2. the surgical creation of a fistula.

fis·tu·la·tion

, fistulization (fis'tyū-lā'shŭn, -lī-zā'shŭn)
Formation of a fistula in a part; becoming fistulous.

fistulization

1. the process of becoming fistulous.
2. surgical creation of a fistula.
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Fistulization of the otic capsule produces a "third window," which can lead to a dehiscence syndrome.
11) Stricture as well as fistulization also are reported.
After 6 months of antimycobacterial treatment, the infant was hospitalized again for recurrent inflammation and fistulization of the axillary lymph nodes associated with fever.
A novel approach to the problem of intestinal fistulization arising in patients managed with open peritoneal cavities.
The fistulization operation was successful, she said.
In addition, fistulization would not explain the absence of the pancreatic duct on endoscopic retrograde cholangiopan-creatogram or cross-sectional histologic examination of the entire pancreatic body and tail.
Complications of extrahepatic echinococcosis: Fistulization of an adrenal hydatid cyst into the intestine.
There was extensive fistulization along the TS from multiple branches of the occipital, ascending pharyngeal, and middle meningeal arteries.
An acquired urethral diverticulum is the sequelae of infection in the periurethral glands that progresses to fistulization into the urethra.
Complications of splenic cysts include infection, hemorrhage, and rupture into the peritoneal cavity and in case of hydatid cysts, fistulization to the colon.
Keratoplasty (reconstruction or transplantation of the cornea) and fistulization of sclera for glaucoma (cutting a hole in the sclera to relieve pressure inside the eye) are generally unrelated to cataract surgery but also involve considerable discretion on the part of the ophthalmologist.
The otorhinolaryngologic examination revealed the presence of a mass on the right side of the floor of the mouth and fistulization of the Wharton duct into the oral cavity (figure 1).