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    Steißbeinfistel allgemein

    Ardelt, M., Dittmar, Y., Kocijan, R., Rödel, J., Schulz, B., Scheuerlein, H., & Settmacher, U. (2016). Microbiology of the infected recurrent sacrococcygeal pilonidal sinus. International Wound Journal, 13(2), 231-237.

    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., Zypen, 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.

    Bringmann, W.: Low Level Laser Therapie. 2015, Füchtenbusch-Verlag Starnberg (Lehrbuch)

    Dahl, H. D., & Henrich, M. H. (1992). Licht- und rasterelektronenmikroskopische Untersuchungen zur Pathogenese des Sinus pilonidalis und der Analfistel [Light and scanning electron microscopy study of the pathogenesis of pilonidal sinus and anal fistula]. Langenbecks Archiv fur Chirurgie, 377(2), 118–124

    Delshad, H., Dawson, M., Melvin, P., Zotto, S., & Mooney, D. (2019). Pit-picking resolves pilonidal disease in adolescents. Journal of pediatric surgery, 54(1), 174-176.

    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.

    Kucera, J., Coley, I., O’Hara, S., Kosnik, E., & Coley, B. (2014). The simple sacral dimple: diagnostic yield of ultrasound in neonates. Pediatric Radiology, 45(2), 211-216.

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

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

    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-Leitlinie: 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.

    Wilson, P., Hayes, E., Barber, A., & Lohr, J. (2016). Screening for Spinal Dysraphisms in Newborns With Sacral Dimples. Clinical Pediatrics, 55(11), 1064-1070.

    Plastische Verschlußtechniken

    Bozkurt, M., & Tezel, E. (2005). Management of pilonidal sinus with the limberg flap. Diseases of the Colon & Rectum, 41(6), 775-777

    Petersen, S., Aumann, G., Kramer, A., Doll, D., Sailer, M., & Hellmich, G. (2007). Short-term results of Karydakis flap for pilonidal sinus disease. Techniques in Coloproctology, 11(3), 235-240.

    Wysocki, A.P., & Doll, .D. (2019). Missing Points in Pilonidal Disease: Management. Diseases of the Colon & Rectum, 62(4),

    FiLaC / SiLaC/EPSiT

    Dessily, M., Dziubeck, M., Chahidi, E., & Simonelli, V. (2019). The SiLaC procedure for pilonidal sinus disease: long-term outcomes of a single institution prospective study. Techniques in Coloproctology, 23(12), 1133-1140.

    Giamundo P, Geraci M, Tibaldi L, Valente M (2013) Closure of fistula-in-ano with laser—FiLaC™: an effective novel sphincter-saving procedure for complex disease. Colorectal Dis 16:110–115

    Meinero, P., Mori, L., & Gasloli, G. (2013). Endoscopic pilonidal sinus treatment (E.P.Si.T.). Techniques in Coloproctology, 18(4), 389-392.

    Milone, M., Musella, M., Di Spiezio Sardo, A., Bifulco, G., Salvatore, G., Sosa Fernandez, L., Bianco, P., Zizolfi, B., Nappi, C., & Milone, F. (2014). Video-assisted ablation of pilonidal sinus: A new minimally invasive treatment—A pilot study. Surgery, 155(3), 562-566.

    Wilhelm, A. (2011). A new technique for sphincter-preserving anal fistula repair using a novel radial emitting laser probe. Techniques in Coloproctology, 15(4), 445-449.

    Behandlung ohne Operation

    Armstrong, J., & Barcia, P. (1994). Pilonidal Sinus Disease: The Conservative Approach. Archives of Surgery, 129(9), 914-918.

    Cooper R. A. (2007). Iodine revisited. International wound journal, 4(2), 124–137. https://doi.org/10.1111/j.1742-481X.2007.00314.x

    Castelain F, Girardin P, Moumane L, Aubin F, Pelletier F. Anaphylactic reaction to povidone in a skin antiseptic. Contact Dermatitis. 2016 Jan;74(1):55-6. doi: 10.1111/cod.12473. PMID: 26690279.

    Le Pabic F, et al. First case of anaphylaxis to iodinated povidone. Allergy 58: 826-827, No. 8, Aug 2003 – France

    Pit Picking

    Bosche, F., Luedi, M., Zypen, 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

    Multani, J., & Kives, S. (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. 

    Bascom, J. (1983). Pilonidal disease Long‐term results of follicle removal. Diseases of the Colon & Rectum, 26(12), 800–807-800&ndash-ndash;807-800–807.

    Colov, E., & Bertelsen, C. (2013). Short convalescence and minimal pain after out-patient Bascom’s pit-pick operation.. Danish medical bulletin, 58(12), A4348A4348-AA4348.

    Ehrl, D., Choplain, C., Heidekrueger, P., Erne, H., Rau, H., & Broer, P. (2017). Treatment Options for Pilonidal Disease.. The American surgeon, 83(5), 453-457.

    Iesalnieks, I., Deimel, S., Kienle, K., Schlitt, H., & Zülke, C. (2011). Pit-picking-Operation bei Patienten mit Sinus pilonidalis. Der Chirurg, 82(10), 927-931.

    Iesalnieks, I., Deimel, S., & Schlitt, H. (2014). „Pit-picking“-Operation bei Patienten mit Sinus pilonidalis. Der Chirurg, 86(5), 482-485.

    Lord, P., & Millar, D. (1965). Pilonidal sinus: A simple treatment. British Journal of Surgery, 52(4), 298-300.

    Oliveira, A., Barroso, C., Osório, A., & Correia-Pinto, J. (2019). Minimally Invasive Surgical Treatment of Pilonidal Disease: Mid-Term Retrospective Analysis of a Single Center. Frontiers in Pediatrics, 7,

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