Rachelle C. Ramilo, Camille B. Angeles, Lian C. Jamisola, Cindy Jao Tan, Maria Nina F. Pascasio
Interdigital pilonidal sinus (IPS) is an acquired condition secondary to penetration of hair fragments into the skin of the web spaces of the hands commonly observed in hairdressers, and occasionally, among pet groomers. Local literature reports or guidelines to ensure practice of protective measures for this population of workers are currently lacking. Psychosocial sequelae among patients i.e. discomfort and embarassment, necessitate a thorough dermatologic consult.