Subcutaneous Destruction of Sinus Tract with Long-term Vessel Loop Drainage as a Minimally Invasive Surgical Treatment for Primary Pilonidal Sinus.


The surgical management of pilonidal disease ranges from minimally invasive techniques to wide excision with secondary wound healing. Hypothetical counterarguments for using the minimally invasive techniques are that these techniques only incompletely remove the sinus tract and that they allow the formation of subcutaneous cavities as a result of rapid… (More)