Question about Pilonidal sinus surgerypilonidal sinus surgery pending - under what circumstances would you recommend primary closure along the midline ?
I will do primary closure for First time surgery, no infection and small skin defect.
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Colorectal Surgeon, Gastrointestinal Surgeon, General Surgeon
I usually do excision and primary closure but away from the midline using Karydakis procedure. This heals better than a midline closure.
Colorectal Surgeon, General Surgeon
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