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A fistula is an abnormal connection or passageway between two organs or vessels that are not normally connected. Fistulas can occur anywhere in the body but are most commonly found in the digestive tract, urinary system, and reproductive system. Potential causes of fistulas include infection, inflammation, injury, or surgery. Risk factors for developing a fistula include certain medical conditions such as Crohn's disease, radiation therapy, and previous surgeries in the affected area. Symptoms may include pain, discharge, and inflammation in the affected area, and treatment may involve surgery to repair or remove the affected tissue.
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