Background: :The most rectovaginal fistulas (RVF) are acquired. Although a Bartholins gland abscess isnt unusual in women in reproductive age, RVF is a rare complication.
Case: :We present a patient with a low RVF. She had a previous history of four episodes of Bartholins gland abscess. She was undergone LIFT surgery. Two weeks later she had a new Bartholins gland abscess and three weeks after was diagnosed another RVF secondary to Bartholins gland abscess. Surgical approached with LIFT surgery was performed and complemented with Martius graft.
Conclusion: :We reported rare case of rectovaginal fistula secondary a Bartholins gland abscess and treated with Martius graft. With this case the authors highlight the im-portance of multidisciplinary approach and the relevance of interpositional graft techniques.
Corresponding Author: DE ALMEIDA A.|