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UMBILICAL PILONIDAL SINUS

Shrushti Dalal* and Dr. Samir Ray (M.B.B.S, M.S General Surgery)

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Most cases of pilonidal sinus occur in the sacrococcygeal region, but umbilical presentations can occur rarely. Due to the risk associated with it of peritoneal extension of inflammation from the lesion, the umbilical pilonidal sinus should be treated more aggressively than its sacrococcygeal counterpart. Pilonidal sinus is a recurrent and chronic inflammatory disorder and should be included in the differential diagnosis of umbilical nodules. We report the case of a 50 year old female with umbilical sinus, managed conservatively.

Keywords: Umbilical sinus, Pilonidal sinus, Umbilical discharge.


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