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What is the fistula procedure?

Harsha Vittal, MD
Gastroenterology
A fistula is a tract between the lumen of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract to an outside organ. In this video, gastroenterologist Harsha Vittal, MD, of Good Samaritan Hospital gives examples of where fistulas could appear.

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