Published: November 30, 2005
OR-Live.com Presents: Surgisis AFP Anal Fistula Plug, a Revolutionary New Technique to Close Anal Fistulas
Live Webcast November 30, 2005 4:30 PM EST (21:30 UTC) From Cook Surgical
Surgisis AFP(TM) Anal Fistula Plug is
a new paradigm in the treatment of anal fistulas. An innovative, yet simple
treatment for a notoriously difficult condition, which has traditionally
required surgical intervention.
A fistula is an abnormal channel that develops between body organs. The
most common fistulas occur from the intestine to an opening in the skin.
The presence of a fistula can painful and seriously impact a patient's
quality of life.
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OR-Live.com Presents: Surgisis AFP Anal Fistula Plug, a Revolutionary New Technique to Close Anal Fistulas,
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