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Figure. From: Clinical Outcome and Factors Predictive of Recurrence After Enterocutaneous Fistula Surgery.

FIGURE 2. Relationship between number of definitive surgical procedures performed and probability of fistula recurrence relative to time since fistula onset (n = 203). Number of patients are represented by columns (left Y-axis) and recurrence by the black line (right Y-axis).

A Craig Lynch, et al. Ann Surg. 2004 November;240(5):825-831.
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Figure. From: Clinical Outcome and Factors Predictive of Recurrence After Enterocutaneous Fistula Surgery.

FIGURE 1. Algorithm showing the initial surgical management of 205 patients requiring surgical treatment of ECF. The flowchart outlines procedures undertaken to deal with the fistula (drain only, oversewing, resection, or complex multiple resection with reanastomosis, nothing), requirement for anastomotic revision and reanastomosis, and stoma coverage (defunctioning proximal stoma, end ileostomy, stoma closure, or no stoma).

A Craig Lynch, et al. Ann Surg. 2004 November;240(5):825-831.

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