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Hello, I believe I have either a pilonidal sinus or a anal fistula. Could you please help me determine which one it could be?
A female asked:
Chronic dental fistula for 1yr caused by tooth extraction, hole in sinus closed now, no sinus symptoms. 2 failed ops. Still pus draining. Any ideas?
A 53-year-old female asked:
Fistula, #14 (upper left molar), noticed 4 days ago, but have had sinus issues. Dentist said go to endo "in case", but I feel it is an ENT issue?
A 20-year-old male asked:
Son 15 has pots and syncope low sa node and one son 14 bradycardia and coronary fistula to pulmonary artery.Could they be wrong and it be sick sinus?
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My Mother has been diagnosed with carotid Cavernous sinus fistula in left eye+some tiny spontanous fistula also.Her eye is red & swelled. Plz. Advise?
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Dr. Ralph Morgan Lewis answered
37 years experience in Family Medicine
Fistula vs shunt: Basically, fistulas are natural occurring, abnormal communications between structures (e.g. Between the trachea & the esophagus or between the bladder ... Read More
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Dr. Anthony Cusano answered
39 years experience in Nephrology and Dialysis
Dialysis shunts.: A shunt is a term for the connection that shunts blood from an artery to a vein, bypassing the microscopic network in the tissues that normally connec ... Read More
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