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The suture results in a more rapid healing and is likely to reduce the risk of bleeding but at the cost of an increased pain and infection. The aim of this prospective study was to compare the outcomes of marsupialization and open wound. The resulting wounds were marsupialized to the skin edges with locking continuous absorbable sutures M group or left open O group. The clinical outcome was then evaluated. The intra-operative effect of the suture on wound size was recorded as well as the postoperative pain using a visual analogue scale VAS and the occurrence of both wound bleeding and infection. There were no differences in the age, sex and fistula type between the groups.
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