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Research Article

Ambulatory Surgery for Perianal Crohn’s Disease: Study of Feasibility

Table 2

Results of our study according to Parks’ (Hughes) classification.

Parks’ type of fistula (Hughes cl.).No. (%)Type of treatment no. (%)VAS (median 0-10)Relapse after procedure at 1 year (%)Imaging (no. of exams)Concordance with imaging
SetonageFistulotomyDrainageNo treatmentMRIUSMRIUS

Suprasphincteric (2a)9 (14.75%)60301.57 (0-3)2 (22.22%)311/31/1
Intersphincteric (1c)25 (40.98%)230302.25 (0-4)2 (8%)202/2
Extrasphincteric (2b)14 (22.95%)104201.7 (1-3)2 (14.29%)806/8
Transsphincteric8 (13.11%)80001.7 (0-4)1 (12.5%)322/32/2
Rectovaginal (2d)3 (4.92%)30002.5 (0-3)0222/22/2
Unclassified2 (3.28%)00114 (1-4)0200/2
Tot61504916205

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