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The abscess may either spontaneously burst and discharge pus. If it doesn't, a patient will have to undergo surgery to drain it. In either scenario, some of the patients will have the original channel persisting and staying open, and this eventually forms a permanent pathological channel between the anal canal and the skin.In a minority of the cases, anal fistulas arise as a result of an underlying condition called Crohn's Disease. Patients with Crohn's disease can have multiple fistulas that do not heal.