coccydynia

(redirected from Coccyx pain)

coccygodynia

 [kok″sĭ-go-din´e-ah]
pain in the coccyx and neighboring region. Called also coccyalgia and coccydynia.

coc·cy·dyn·i·a

(kok'sē-din'ē-ă),
Pain in the coccygeal region.
[coccyx + G. ōdyne, pain]

coc·cy·go·dyn·ia

(kok'si-gō-din'ē-ă)
Pain in the coccygeal region.
Synonym(s): coccyalgia, coccydynia, coccyodynia.
[coccyx + G. odynē, pain]

coccydynia

Persistent pain in the tail region of the spine, usually following a fracture of the small bones of the coccyx from a fall or a kick.

Coccydynia

Also called coccygodynia. Pain in or around the coccyx.
Mentioned in: Coccyx Injuries
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