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Fistula Treatment in PCMC, Pune


The best source for expert fistula treatments is the Vitthal Piles Center located in PCMC, Pune, which is operated by the renowned specialist medical doctor Dr. Vikram Pawar. Utilizing diagnostic tools and individual treatment methods, the doctor. Vikram Pawar and the expert medical team in the Vitthal Piles Center effectively treat fistula-related diseases and focus on proctology. To provide compassionate and thorough treatment that will ensure a swift and complete recovery from fistula-related issues, patients can depend on our facility. For piles, fissures, fistulas, and hernias treatment from a specialist in PCMC, Pune, select the Vitthal Piles Center.


A fistula can be described as an abnormal link between body organs, generally an organ as well as an additional organ, blood vessel, or skin. Think of it like a tunnel linking two parts that should not be linked directly. These connections can be triggered due to a variety of factors, including:

  • Injuries: Trauma, punctures, or injuries can cause an abnormal connection between tissues.
  • Surgery: complications from surgery can lead to the formation of fistulas.
  • Disease: Chronic infections can destroy tissue barriers and cause abnormal connections.
  • The word "inflammation" means: Inflammatory bowel diseases like Crohn's disease could cause abrasion of tissues and cause fistulas.

Fistula causes

As we mentioned, a variety of factors can lead to the development of fistula treatment. Here are a few common reasons:

  • Anal fistulas: This kind of fistula is found close to the anus, usually because of anal glands that are infected. A blockage in the gland's duct could cause an abscess, which can then rupture and form an incision toward the skin.
  • Fistulas in the enteric tract: These fistulas are found in the intestines. They can connect different loops in the intestinal tract or connect the intestine with other organs, such as the bladder or the skin. Diverticulitis, Crohn's disease, and abdominal surgery are possible causes.
  • Vascular fistulas: These fistulas result from an abnormal connection between the veins and arteries. The effects of surgery, trauma, and certain medical procedures, such as dialysis, can cause these effects.
  • Other kinds: Various other types of fistulas are present, which affect various organs and body parts and have specific causes that depend on the location of the fistula and the conditions that cause them.