An improper stoma creation can cause many complications, varying from minor to life-threatening ones. Conversely, a good functioning stoma, at the ideal site improves patient’s quality of life. Most of the stoma complications occur in the early postoperative period and all clinicians must be familiar to these complications. All measures before and during operation must be tak-en to avoid these complications. Careful follow up after post-operative peri-od can help early diagnosis, proper treatment quick recovery of the patient. This review focus on common complications and treatment options of sto-ma creation.
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