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Umbilical dermatitis is a common condition, with infection common in adults. It is usually associated with inadequate hygiene and deepening of umbilical cord.

The navel is a protruding, flat, or hollowed area on the abdomen at the attachment site of the Parts of the adult navel include the "umbilical cord remnant" or "umbilical tip", which is the often protruding scar left by the detachment of the.

Umbilical discharge in adult is rare, can be quite alarming and could be congenital or acquired, but is usually caused by a foreign material.

Objectives: The current study has been conducted to find out the varied presentation of umbilical discharge in adults and their outcome after appropriate .

Many things can become trapped inside your belly button and lead to infection. When this happens, you may experience belly button discharge.