Digestive System Fistula is when there is an abnormal connection in passage ways in the digestive system. Some include a fistula of the stomach and a pancreatic fistula. A fistula of the stomach is when there is an abnormal opening in the stomach that allows the contents of the stomach to leak. The symptoms include diarrhea and dehydration caused by the leakage. A pancreatic fistula is when there is an abnormal connection between the pancreas and the other organs. A Digestive System Fistula in the pancreas can be caused by injury, surgery, or disease.
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