coccygodynia


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coc·cy·go·dyn·ia

n. coccigodinia, dolor en la región coccígea.
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Finally, coccygodynia may also be related to pregnancy.
Dextrose prolotherapy for recalcitrant coccygodynia. J Orthop Surg (Hong Kong) 2008;16:27-9.
Coccydynia, or coccygodynia, is pain in the region of the coccyx.
Tonic spasm of the levator ani, coccygeus and piriformis muscle: relationship to coccygodynia and pain in the region of the hip and down the leg.
Cross-tabulation of gender with the sources of pain showed that osteoarthritis knee, rotator cuff syndrome, subtrochantetric bursitis, carpal tunnel syndrome, de Quervains tenosynovitis, lateral epicondylitis, plantar fasciitis and coccygodynia were more predominant among the females.
Physical medicine and rehabilitation specialists from the US provide a chapter on the basic principles of fluoroscopically-guided procedures, followed by 17 cases on lumbar disc herniation with radiculopathy, lumbar spinal stenosis, coccygodynia, lumbar facet syndrome, sacroiliac joint pain, cervical disc herniation with and without radiculopathy, cervical facet syndrome, hip pain, complex regional pain syndrome, dural puncture headache, adverse reactions to medications, discogenic low back pain/lumbar disc herniation without radiculopathy, thoracic facet pain, and thoracic disc herniation.
The sciatic nerve and the piriformis muscle: their interrelation a possible cause of coccygodynia. J Bone Joint Surg Am.1938;20:686-688.
MANY AMERICANS SUFFER "TELEVISION BOTTOM"--Many Americans are suffering from a condition called "television bottom." The medical term for the condition is coccygodynia, pain in the tail of the spine.
* Press in the midline posteriorly against the coccyx to rule out coccygodynia. The normal coccyx will move several millimeters without difficulty or pain when the tip is palpated and anal pressure is applied externally cephalad to the anus.
I have had discomfort in the tailbone area for over 12 years and was diagnosed with levator syndrome (spasm) and coccygodynia by my colorectal surgeon.