Can viral infection cause gastrointestinal fistula?

No. Viral infection cannot cause gastrointestinal fistula, or an abnormal connection between the intestine and another structure (e.g. The skin). This is caused by surgery, inflammatory bowel disease, cancer, radiation, or a variety of other causes, but not from a virus.
Very rare, not impos. This is very rare, but not impossible. Any source of trauma or chronic inflammation can cause a gastrointestinal fistula.

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Can bacterial infection cause gastrointestinal fistula?

Yes. For instance an infection in the wall of the colon triggered by diverticulitis can eat through the colon lining and cause a channel to form between the colon and a nearby structure like the bladder. This channel is called a fistula. In this example one symptom might be passing gas out your bladder (pneumoturia). Read more...
Yes. Bacteria can cause a fistula. Bacteria are felt to play a role in crohn's disease, which can result in fistula. Also, complications of infections such as diverticulitis can result in abscess and fistula formation. Read more...

Can parasitic infection cause gastrointestinal fistula?

Yes, very rarely. A fistula is an abnormal communication between two areas of the body. Any inflammatory or traumatic event can cause a fistula. Though very rare, in theory a parasitic infection could cause this. Read more...

Do viral infections cause hives and if so what kind of infections?

Yes. Viral infections (epstein-barr virus, hepatitis virus, herpes virus), bacterial infections (strep throat, staph), fungal infections, respiratory infections, urinary and gastrointestinal infections can all cause hives. They do not cause hives directly but indirectly by causing inflammation from stimulating the body's defense mechanisms. Read more...

Can anemia be caused by a viral infection?

Yes viruses can . There are some viruses that stop blood production. Other viruses trigger an immune response that causes red cell destruction. Read more...