Quiz: Anorectal Fistula
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Diagnosis of an anorectal fistula is by clinical examination. One or more secondary openings can be seen, and sometimes a cordlike tract in the fistula can be palpated. However, if Crohn disease is suspected as a cause of the fistula, which of the following studies is most appropriate?

  • A.


  • B.

    CT colonoscopy

  • C.

    Fecal immunochemical test

  • D.


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