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Synonyms for coccyx

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No significant differences were found in the concentration of plasma total protein, albumin, glucose, NEFA and cholesterol between cows of the two groups (p>0.05), but the cows fed CSM had higher urea nitrogen in coccygeal artery (p = 0.04) and mammary vein (p = 0.02) than the AH-fed cows had (Table 4).
The unusual location of the coccygeal eccrine nevus as a flesh-colored papule on the midline of the coccyx (Figure 1) has been reported in 5 cases (Table 1).
Ritgen introduced an original manual perineal protection (RMPP) with upward pressure upon the 'posterior perineum', so that the left hand slows down the head and controls deflexion, while softly lifting fetal chin with the second to fourth fingers of the right hand over posterior perineum (between the coccygeal region and anus), both resulting in gradual deflection of the head (Fig.
as lipomas or anomalous protruding coccygeal vertebrae.
Despite the identification of coccygeal pain almost ~150 years ago, its treatment can be difficult in a select patient population in whom the pain becomes chronic and debilitating.
Following this, approximately 0.5 mg of the tail nucleus pulposus (NP) was obtained from between two coccygeal intervertebral discs and placed on the right L5 DRG, without mechanical compression.
A 62-year-old male presented with refractory sacral coccygeal pain.
Since the PFDs are mainly based on the positions of the organs and muscles, the coccygeal flexion should also be investigated in clinical examinations and adopted in the numerical analysis.
The analysis of the bony structures revealed a fusion of the last two sacral vertebrae with coccygeal agenesis and pubic diastasis and partial agenesis of the distal half of the left tibia with an equinovarus distortion of the foot (Figure 4).
The dorsally conjoined twins fuse with the closing neural folds either in the head (craniopagus), the coccygeal region (pyopagus), or in between these regions (rachipagus).
Coccygeal dysgenesis disorder is associated with varying degrees of agenesis/ aplasia of coccygeal vertebra.
3 Vertebral body fx/luxation except coccygeal. Multiple long bone open fx above tarsus/carpus Single long bone open fx above tarsus/carpus with loss of cortical bone
[11] Classical lesions have a marked predilection for gluteal region, sacral and coccygeal region, lower back and upper thighs, [12] however, other sites have been described like abdomen, chest, face, [8] perianal region, [7] and pinna.
Blood sampling was performed via coccygeal vein using a sterilized 10-mL vial without anticoagulant for serum total protein, total lipid, urea, and beta-hydroxybutyrate and, for glucose evaluation, using a sterile 5-mL vial with sodium fluoride.