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Abstract

A NOVEL METHOD FOR PILONIDAL THERAPY

Ali Nasrallah*, Hadi Younes*, Ghina Badih*, Khodor Haidar Hassan*, Edwin Parra Prada*, Joëlle Azzi*, Amedeo De Benedetto* and Mohamad Ali Chahrour

ABSTRACT

Pilonidal cyst is a common inflammatory disease of the gluteal area. The ideal method for pilonidal cyst treatment ought to have low reoccurrence rate with minimum excision. Besides, the treatment strategy ought to have a short hospitalization time, should let the patient return back to his ordinary life quickly, should cause least loss of work and should result a little scar.[1] Regardless of its known pathophysiology and various helpful techniques accessible, pilonidal cysts still constitute a significant problem in general surgery and might face reoccurrence in the near future coupled with complications. An enormous number of careful strategies show the absence of a solitary technique that guarantees helpful achievement, and continuous confusions cause both patient's disappointment and dissatisfaction of the operator.[2] In this article, we reviewed publications on various methods of managing pilonidal cyst, and we also applied a new method following excision of pilonidal cyst surgically, by using 3% liposomal povidone–iodine hydrogel (PVP–ILH, Repithel®; RepiGel®) that relieves pain and aids in healing process properly.

Keywords: Pilonidal Sinus, Protocol, Surgery, Postoperative Treatment.


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