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Brienner Str. 13, 80333 Munich, Germany
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Literature, information material, forms for Pilonidal Sinus

On the one hand, here you will find our bibliography so that you can read the references to our opinion for yourself.

Furthermore, we have compiled all of the internal forms so that you can prepare yourself perfectly for your appointment in our practice.

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    Bascom, J. (1980). Pilonidal disease: origin from follicles of hairs and results of follicle removal as treatment. Surgery, 87(5), 567-572.

    Bosche, F., Luedi, M., Cyprus, D., Moersdorf, P., Krapohl, B., & Doll, D. (2017). The Hair in the Sinus: Sharp-Ended Rootless Head Hair Fragments can be Found in Large Amounts in Pilonidal Sinus Nests. World Journal of Surgery, 42(2), 567-573.

    Dahl, H. D., & Henrich, M. H. (1992). Light and scanning electron microscopy study of the pathogenesis of pilonidal sinus and anal fistula. Langenbeck's Archive for Surgery, 377(2), 118-124

    Doll, D., Bosche, F., Hauser, A., Moersdorf, P., Sinicina, I., Grunwald, J., Reckel, F., & Luedi, M. (2018). The presence of occipital hair in the pilonidal sinus cavity-a triple approach to proof. International Journal of Colorectal Disease, 33(5), 567-576.

    Lord, P. (1975). Anorectal problems: Etiology of pilonidal sinus. Diseases of the Colon & Rectum, 18(8), 661-664

    Ommer, A., Berg, E., Breitkopf, C., Bussen, D., Doll, D., Fürst, A., Herold, A., Hetzer, F., Jacobi, T., Krammer, H., Lenhard, B., Osterholzer, G, Petersen, S., Ruppert, R., Schwandner, O., Sailer, M., Schiedeck, T., Schmidt-Lauber, M., Stoll, M., Strittmatter, B., & Iesalnieks, I. (2014).S3 guideline: Sinus pilonidalis. coloproctology, 36(4), 272-322.

    Page, B. (1969). The entry of hair into a pilonidal sinus. British Journal of Surgery, 56(1), 32-32

    Karydakis, G. (1974). New approach to the problem of pilonidal sinus. Lancet (London, England), 2(7843), 1414-5.

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    Bosche, F., Luedi, M., Cyprus, D., Moersdorf, P., Krapohl, B., & Doll, D. (2017). The Hair in the Sinus: Sharp-Ended Rootless Head Hair Fragments can be Found in Large Amounts in Pilonidal Sinus Nests. World Journal of Surgery, 42(2), 567-573.

    Buie, L. (1944). Jeep Disease. Southern Medical Journal, 37(2), 103-109-103-109.

    Chintapatla, S., Safarani, N., Kumar, S., & Haboubi, N. (2003). Sacrococcygeal pilonidal sinus: historical review, pathological insight and surgical options. Techniques in Coloproctology, 7(1), 3-8.

    Hodge, R.M. (1880). Pilonidal sinus. Boston Med Surg J 103:485-6, 493, 544

    Jackman, R. (1962). The etiology of pilonidal sinus. Diseases of the Colon & Rectum, 5(1), 28-36-28

    Mayo, O.H. (1833). Observations on injuries and disease of rectum. Burgess and Hill, London, pp 45 - 46

    Multani, J., & Kives, p. (2015). Dermoid cysts in adolescents. Current Opinion in Obstetrics and Gynecology, 27(5), 315-319.

    Palmer, W. (1959). Pilonidal disease A new concept of pathogenesis. Diseases of the Colon & Rectum, 2(3), 303-307-303&ndash-ndash;307-303-307.

    Page, B. (1969). The entry of hair into a pilonidal sinus. British Journal of Surgery, 56(1), 32-32.

    Patey D.H., Scarff R.W. (1946): Pathology of postanal pilonidal sinus; its bearing on treatment. Lancet. 1946 Oct 5;2(6423):484-6. 

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