- coc·cy·go·dyn·ia. noun \ˌkäk-sə gō-ˈdin-ē-ə\. Definition of COCCYGODYNIA.
- or idiopathic coccygodynia could benefit from coccygectomy. Figure X-ray showing (coccygodynia) was proposed by Simpson in 1859.
- The inefficacy of the treatment of coccygodynia is plaint was of pain
- cept of coccygodynia which can harmonize the many excite the characteristic pain of coccygodynia.
- Dextrose prolotherapy for recalcitrant coccygodynia
- ABSTRACT. Purpose. To present the results of dextrose prolotherapy undertaken for chronic non-responding coccygodynia in 37 patients.
- National Medical Policy
- IV studies. In total, 671 patients with coccygodynia underwent coccygectomy following etiology for coccygodynia was direct trauma in 270 patients.
- Coccygodynia: Cause and treatment
- Coccygodynia:*. Cause and Treatment. GEORGE H.
- Percutaneous cephalocaudal implantation of epidural stimulation electrodes
- Idiopathic overactive bladder, urgency-frequency syndromes, interstitial cystitis, pudendal neuralgia, vulvodynia, prostadynia, and coccygodynia have been effectively treated with sacral nerve root modulation.
- Oct 16, 2009 Coccygodynia (ie, coccydynia) has been defined as pain in and around the region of the coccyx.
- Coccydynia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
-  Synonyms. Coccydynia is also known as coccygodynia, coccygeal pain, coccyx pain, or coccalgia.  Diagnosis.
- To understand coccygodynia, one should know the anatomy that is involved in this very painful conditon and the mechanisms that are responsible for it's cause.
- Coccygodynia: Evaluation and Management
- Coccygodynia: Evaluation and Management. Guy R. Fogel, MD, Paul Y.
- Management of Common Coccygodynia
- Introduction. Common coccygodynia is poorly understood.
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