Hydradenitis is an acute purulent inflammation of apocrine sweat glands, which develops due to the penetration of staphylococci through the excretory ducts of the apocrine glands or through lymphatic pathways. The disease occurs in the axilla (armpit), mammary nipple region, scrotum, external female sexual organs and anal region i.e areas with apocrine sweat glands.
In our clinic, “Laser scalpels” are used to perform carbuncle incisions. The course of the post-operative period is practically painless, healing occurs faster as compared to after routine surgical incisions. Therapeutic lasers, which speed up wound healing as well as provides a better cosmetic effect, are used in the post-operative period. Scars rarely occur.