gastrocutaneous

gastrocutaneous

 [gas″tro-ku-ta´ne-us]
pertaining to the stomach and skin, or communicating with the stomach and the cutaneous surface of the body, as a gastrocutaneous fistula.
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gastrocutaneous

adjective Referring to both the stomach and skin.
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The use of porcine acellular dermal matrix for management of gastrocutaneous fistula after laparoscopic sleeve gastrectomy.
This approach ultimately failed due to development of a chronic gastrocutaneous fistula necessitating chronic TPN, coupled with recurrent admissions for pain and bowel obstruction.
(6,7) While most stents have been placed for gastrocutaneous fistulas along sleeve gastrectomy staple lines or for anastomotic dehiscences elsewhere in the gastro-intestinal tract, success has been also reported with duodenocutaneous leaks.