Pilonidal disease is an abnormal skin growth
that contains hairs. It occurs mainly in the sacrococcygeal area; however, it may rarely occur in the
axilla, groin, interdigital web space or umbilicus.
In the literature, there were only 13 cases pilonidal
disease in the intermammary region [1, 2].
Here we present a case of a 22-year-old female.
She had chronic discharging sinus in the intermammary area for six month. The examination revealed
that the patient was hirsute and had multiple sinuses
in the intermmarian region (Fig. 1).
Serous discharge was present in the patient;
however, there was no abcess formation. The patient was treated with antibiotics and curettage of
the sinus epithelium. After one week, the discharge
stopped. During the 6-month follow-up, there was