Definition of Fistulas

1. Noun. (plural of fistula) ¹



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Definition of Fistulas

1. fistula [n] - See also: fistula

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Fistulas

fistounia
fists
fistsful
fistuca
fistucae
fistula bimucosa
fistula knife
fistula test
fistulae
fistular
fistularia
fistularioid
fistulas (current term)
fistulate
fistulated
fistulates
fistulating
fistulation
fistulatome
fistule
fistulectomy
fistules
fistuliform
fistulization
fistulizations
fistuloenterostomy
fistulogram

Literary usage of Fistulas

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1. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1919)
"THE problems presented by high intestinal fistulas may be roughly divided ... High intestinal fistulas, by which we mean external fistulas involving the ..."

2. A Text-book on the practice of gynecology by William Easterly Ashton (1916)
"GENITAL fistulas. Definition.—A genital fistula is an abnormal opening which connects the ... Genital fistulas are divided into two primary varieties: 1. ..."

3. Collected Papers by the Staff of Saint Mary's Hospital, Mayo Clinic by Saint Marys Hospital (Rochester, Minn.) (1922)
"Spontaneous biliary fistulas are surgical curiosities because of the bizarre ... Spontaneous fistulas may communicate internally with almost any part of the ..."

4. The Oxford Medicine by Henry Asbury Christian, James Mackenzie (1920)
"Most broncho-biliary fistulas owe their origin to such a course of events, and many internal fistulas from the gallbladder also form in this manner. ..."

5. A Treatise on Diseases of the Anus, Rectum, and Pelvic Colon by James Percival Tuttle (1905)
"14, 90, 290, 353, 431) has thoroughly reviewed the subject of entero-uterine fistulas. No case was noted in which the rectum was involved. ..."

6. Gynecological Operations: Including Non-operative Treatment and Minor Gynecology by Henri Albert Charles Antoine Hartmann, Douglas William Sibbald (1913)
"General technic.—Simple denudation.—Treatment of fistulas situated opposite the cervix uteri. ... Útero-vaginal fistulas and destruction of the urethra. ..."

7. Atlas and epitome of gynecology by Oskar Schaeffer (1900)
"fistulas. fistulas are most frequently the result of trauma during delivery. ... Other fistulas are due to pessaries (especially the winged pessary of ..."

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