Laparoscopic Management of Post-Cesarean Section Uterocutaneous Fistula
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A uterocutaneous fistula is a rare clinical presentation that occurs following cesarean section or any other pelvic surgery. We describe a case of uterocutaneous fistula with successful surgical management. A 25-year woman was referred to our hospital with complaints of cyclical bleeding from lower segment cesarean section scar (LSCS scar). It was diagnosed as uterocutaneous fistula on ultrasonography and computed tomography. The fistula tract was excised. Histopathology report was suggestive of sinus tract due to tuberculous etiology. Patient was started on antituberculous treatment. Recovery was uneventful.
KeywordsUterocutaneous fistula Cesarean section Laparoscopy
NS has operated this case, searched literature and done the final proof reading of this article; PC who has done fellowship in laparoscopy under Dr. Nitin Shah has written this article, done literature search and helped in proof reading this article; and VM who has done fellowship in laparoscopy under Dr. Nitin Shah has assisted this case, done literature search and helped in proof reading this article.
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