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fistulous

 [fis´tu-lus]
pertaining to or of the nature of a fistula.

fis·tu·lous

(fis'tyū-lŭs),
Relating to or containing a fistula.

fistulous

(fĭs′chə-ləs) or

fistular

(-lər)
adj.
1. Of or resembling a fistula.
2. Tubular and hollow, as the leaves of a scallion.
3. Made of or containing tubular parts.

fistulous

See fistula.

fistulous

adjective Referring to a fistula or fistulous tract.

fis·tu·lous

(fis'tyū-lŭs)
Relating to or containing a fistula.

fistulous

pertaining to or of the nature of a fistula.

fistulous withers
one or more sinuses discharge at the withers from an infected supraspinous bursa between the ligamentum nuchae and the tips of the dorsal spinous processes of the anterior thoracic vertebrae. Brucella bovis is a common cause of the bursitis. Actinomyces bovis is a common accompaniment to the brucellosis.
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Fistulous withers in a horse. By permission from Knottenbelt DC, Pascoe RR, Diseases and Disorders of the Horse, Saunders, 2003
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6) For this reason, surgery should include a complete excision of the fistulous tract.
The extent of cyst-wall thickness and enhancement, cyst complexity and adjacent edema depends on whether superimposed or previous inflammation/infection and/or fistulous tracts (which are often superinfected) are present.
This theory explains why all hitherto described congenital parotid fistulas had the fistulous orifice near the oral commissure in the line of the fusion of the maxillary and mandibular processes.
5 mm detachable balloon (GVB 17, Minvays, Gennevielles, France) was introduced and placed at the fistulous site just proximal to the vascular curve.
Treatment is challenging because of the small size and wide distribution of the myriad sites of fistulous connection.
Barium contrast studies disclose displacement of the viscera or extravasation of the contrast and occasionally a fistulous tract.
Additionally the coloring may be potentially useful in identifying the source of fistulous drainage.
Starting with a transverse incision in the perineum above the subcutaneous anal sphincter, the surgeon dissects between the rectum and the vagina, then completely transects and excises the fistulous tract.
Fistulous goat's-beard; infrequent; road's edge; BSUH 8061.
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This was followed by injection of 20mls of absolute Ethanol through the abdominal fistulous tract whilst, at the same time, normal saline was injected into the stent via a Foley's Catheter to dilute the alcohol within the lumen of the colon.
21-23) Small fistulous communications may be embolized with polyvinyl alcohol particles (Figure 3).