Case 276


A 24-year-old male patient sought medical attention complaining of a vegetative lesion, with nodular appearance, reddish and continuously painful in a sacrococcygeal region of onset a month ago. He reports a discrete increase in size and spontaneous drainage of small amount of purulent secretion in the last week. Denies previous trauma, pruritus, fever or use of medications.

Based on the clinical history and the image (injury picture) presented, what is the most likely diagnosis?

Questão de Prova

(SISE-SUS) Regarding the pilonidal cyst, it is INCORRECT to state:

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