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Are Pilonidal Cysts Related to Spina Bifida?

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You’ve been diagnosed with a pilonidal cyst. Is that a sign that you might have spina bifida? It’s true that there are sometimes pilonidals cyst related to spina bifida. However, in most cases, it’s unlikely that your pilonidal disease is pointing to an undiscovered spinal defect. If you’re ready to learn more, take a look at the […]

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Is a Pilonidal Cyst MRSA?

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You’ve noticed a sore spot in your buttocks area. You’re not sure what it is, but after a quick online search, both pilonidal cysts and MRSA infections have emerged as possibilities. At this point, you may be wondering, “Is a pilonidal cyst MRSA?” No, pilonidal cysts aren’t MRSA, but the conditions can present together. The following […]

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Are Pilonidal Cysts Always Visible?

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Your tailbone area is sore, and you know that something’s not right. However, as far as you can tell, there’s no bump or mass in the area that would account for the pain. Is it possible that you could have a pilonidal cyst, or does this condition always produce an obvious lump near your tailbone area? […]

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Are Pilonidal Cysts Recurrent?

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You’ve had an infected pilonidal cyst once, and once is enough, right? Unfortunately, that’s not always the case. If you’re wondering, “Are pilonidal cysts recurrent?” it’s time to check out the following guide to repeat pilonidal infections. Not only will you learn more about why recurrences might happen, but you can also learn what you can […]

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Are Pilonidal Cysts Cancerous?

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When you or someone close to you is diagnosed with pilonidal disease, you might be concerned about the prognosis for this condition. You might even wonder, “Are pilonidal cysts cancerous?”  Fortunately, although they are unpleasant, pilonidal cysts rarely pose an extreme danger. In a very few cases, the site can develop cancerous growths, but the […]

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