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Seton

Ernest Thompson. 1860--1946, US author and illustrator of animal books, born in England
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The utility of cutting setons have been well-established but in some large case series have been reported to be associated with continence disorders inupto 24.
Objective: To compare the anal fistula plug using surgical versus cutting seton in the treatment of high trans-sphincteric anal fistula, in terms of frequency of fistula closure.
Group-A comprised patients undergoing treatment with anal fistula plug while group B included patients undergoing treatment with seton.
Conclusion: Anal fistula plug is superior to cutting seton in terms of frequency of fistula closure in patients with high anal fistula.
Although a distinctive and idyllic haven, the Setons sold Wyndygoul in 1912.
The Setons had to rent DeWinton from their own tenants to put on a suitably grand reception attended by some eight hundred guests.
By the end of the tumultuous 1920s, all three Setons had drastically altered their family situations.
The Depression hit both Setons hard, especially in terms of book sales.
The Filicchi family, business associates of the Setons, befriended Elizabeth and extended gracious hospitality to her during their stay in Italy.
The dissatisfaction of the parents ultimately resulted in withdrawal of their sons and the collapse of this way of life for the Setons in 1807.
Her year in Baltimore became a source of great blessings for the Setons.