Entero-enteral fistula; Enterocutaneous fistula; Fistula - gastrointestinal
Some fistulas close on their own after a few weeks to months. Depending on the situation, some people may need to receive nutrition through a vein while the fistula heals.
In some cases where the fistula is not healing, surgery is necessary to remove the fistula and part of the intestines.
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