As a stimulant to fistulous sinuses and ulcers in persons of scrofulous habits.
The most usual, as it is the most direct, is the fistulous connection of the gall-bladder or common duct with the duodenum.
Delay in the healing tends to the formation of a fistulous opening into the globe.
fistulous tracts are lined with a false, or adventitious, membrane and show no disposition to heal.
Quitter, kwit′ėr, n. a fistulous sore on the quarters or the heel of the coronet of a horse's hoof.
The fistulous opening is usually small, and may occur at any point over the gland.
On these accounts, a seton passing through the base of the ulcer in poll-evil and fistulous withers is so beneficial.
Later they break, discharge their contents, and leave a fistulous track behind.
A probe shows these fistulous tracts to be more or less sinuous, but always leading to one point—the gangrenous cartilage.
The fistulous tracks must, in fact, be washed in the liquid.
fistulous fis·tu·lous (fĭs'chə-ləs) or fis·tu·lar (-lər)
Relating to or containing a fistula.