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Perineal canal : An uncommon entity with good prognosis

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This article reports two patients with perineal canal (anovestibular fistula) who were treated at Dept. of Pediatric Surgery, LTMG Hospital, Mumbai. Both the patients had normal anus and a fistula between the anal canal and the vestibule. They were treated by vestibulo anal pull through procedure. The pathogenesis of this condition and the pertinent literature is reviewed.

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Jiwane, A., Kumar, T., Kutumbale, R. et al. Perineal canal : An uncommon entity with good prognosis. Indian J Pediatr 70, 667–669 (2003). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02724259

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