teratoma (SCT) is one of the most common malignancies found in the neonatal age group.
An ultrasound was done at 32 weeks of gestation and it showed sacrococcygeal
teratoma in the fetus, not diagnosed in earlier scans.
Microscopic Tumor Extension (applicable to sacrococcygeal
Comparison of Karydakis flap reconstruction versus primary midline closure in sacrococcygeal
pilonidal disease: results of 200 military service members.
Plasmablastic lymphoma is a unique ARL that was first described in the jaws and oral cavity (Figure 6) of HIV-infected persons [32-35]- Since then, it has been reported to occur in several other extranodal sites such as the lung , mediastinum , oesophagus , anorectum [39,40], nose and paranasal sinuses , skin [42-44], orbit , testes and bone , breast , as well as within long-standing sacrococcygeal
cysts  in HIV-positive individuals.
After sterile skin preparation, the sacral hiatus was identified and a local anesthesia was administered: a 25-gauge needle was advanced about 3 to 4 mm through the sacrococcygeal
ligament into the epidural space.
These include heart blockages, cleft lip and palate, congenital diaphragmatic hernia, hydrocephalus, spina bifida, sacrococcygeal
teratoma, and twin-to-twin transfusion syndrome.
Shear forces are often the primary factor for pressure ulcers that develop over the sacrococcygeal
Findings were most consistent with an open neural tube defect or sacrococcygeal
6%) had a birth defect: One was born with sacrococcygeal
teratoma and one with a tethered spinal cord.
The symphysis pubis (pubic bone) and the sacrococcygeal
symphysis (butt bone) are flexible.
Chordomas predominately occur in the sacrococcygeal
region (45%) or the skull base (40%; Lanzino, Dumont, Lopes, & Laws, 2001; McLain & Weinstein, 1999; Okazaki & Scheithauer, 1988).