Rectal Crohn's disease complicated by anovaginal fistula.
A limited water-soluble contrast enema shows a contracted ulcerated rectum (large arrow), with stricture formation involving the distal rectum (smaller arrows). The contrast is seen to fill the vagina (v) via a very low fistula (thin arrows) connecting the anal canal with the posterior margin of the vagina.
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