Duodenocaval Fistula Caused by Duodenal Ulcers:ACase Study and Literature Review

Abstract

1. Abstract
Duodenocaval Fistula (DCF) is a disease that affects the digestive and circulatory systems. There are only a handful of documented cases of this disease worldwide. This disease is rare; however, it spreads rapidly and has a high mortality rate when it does occur. Our department diagnosed one case of DCF caused by duodenal ulcers. Following the diagnosis, surgical treatment was carried out in a hybrid operating room. This article summarises and discusses the DCF using a case study and relevant research.