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An infected pilonidal cyst or abscess requires surgical drainage. It will not heal with antibiotic medicines. If you continue to have infections, the pilonidal cyst can be removed.
Learn about treatment for Pilonidal disease at Penn State Children’s Hospital.
Pyloric stenosis is a condition that develops in newborns, from birth to about two months of age. The "pyloric muscle" is the muscular wall in the last part of the stomach, just before it empties into the small intestine.
Learn about treatment for Pyloric Stenosis disease at Penn State Children's Hospital.