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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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With MRI providing excellent anatomical details and relations of fistulous tracts and their associated abscesses, an MR-based classification is now used that categorises perianal fistulas into five grades.
In pythiosis lesions, dead cells behave as a foreign body, triggering an inflammatory response of the body in order to promote phagocytosis and allow for the subsequent repair of the tissue affected, so in the repair and healing process there are necrotic masses and calcifications of a white-yellowish color containing hyphae and eosinophil infiltrates, which dimensions vary from 2 to 10 mm in diameter, called "kunkers", which, together with the presence of fistulous trajectories and fibrinosanguinolent discharges, are unequivocal signs of pythiosis (3).
A linear incision was made on skin extending the commisures of wound and fistulous tract was identified.
Fourth branchial fistulous tracts originate from the piriform sinus and descend to exit the pharynx deep to the superior laryngeal nerve.
His 1978 article on The final evaluation and classification of the surgical treatment of the primary anorectal cryptoglandular intermuscular (intersphincteric) fistulous abscess and fistula (11) was a culmination of his understanding and treatment of the condition.
The presacral mass can erode into the rectum leading to neuroenteric fistulous communication resulting in fatal meningitis and large pneumocephalus.
Forming of fibroses and fistulous (sinus) channels not connected into a unique area
Migration of the gossypiboma may occur externally (extrusion) through a fistulous tract or internally, when it is adjacent to a hollow viscus (rectum, vagina, bladder, or intestinal lumen) (10).
Proctoscopy showed a fistulous opening in the upper part of the anal canal with a bubbling mixture of methylene blue and hydrogen peroxide.
Ultrasonographic detection of fistulous tracts and foreign objects in muscles of horses.
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