Plasma metabolites of dairy cows fed experimental diets Treatment (1) Items AH CSM SEM p-value Total protein (g/L) 77.65 76.78 1.36 0.13 Albumin (g/L) 26.89 26.85 0.44 0.89 Urea nitrogen (mmol/L) In coccygeal
artery 6.38 (b) 6.76 (a) 0.28 0.04 In mammary vein 6.29 (b) 6.82 (a) 0.27 0.02 Glucose (mmol/L) In coccygeal
artery 3.51 3.38 0.08 0.12 In mammary vein 2.53 2.42 0.09 0.26 NEFA (umol/L) 85.98 87.35 5.27 0.86 Cholesterol (mmol/L) 5.23 5.09 0.29 0.28 SEM, standard error of the mean; NEFA, nonesterified fatty acid.
That finding may be attributed to the coccygeal
location, in which frictional microtrauma occurs frequently.
Her past treatments in Europe included multiple coccygeal
blocks, trigger point injections, epidural steroid injections, and a conventional spinal cord stimulator in 2011.
Clinical examination of tail revealed few palpable coccygeal
vertebra with hypotrichosis nearly half of tail and absence of switch at the end.
We did not evaluate the coccygeal
vertebrae, because there is known to be abnormal vertebrae in the bulldog tail which are linked to the occurrence of abnormalities in the rest of spinal segments.
 injected MSCs into the coccygeal
discs of rats by means of 15% hyaluronan gel as a vehicle.
MTP3 is associated with pain in the coccygeal
area and is located within the most medial and inferior muscle fibers.
and sacral nerves are toned as the normally large blood flow to the legs is redirected to the abdominal region, which may help to improve digestion.
Ohshima et al .[sup] assessed the effect of static loading on intact bovine coccygeal
discs and found that maximum tissue hydration occurred at a load of 5–10 kg and that lighter (0.5 kg) or heavier loads (15 kg) led to decreased incorporation.
It usually consists of 3-5 fused rudimentary coccygeal
Infection of the lumbosacral junction by tuberculosis is quite rare and occurs in only 1 to 2% of all cases of spinal tuberculosis; moreover, isolated sacrococcygeal or coccygeal
tuberculosis is much rarer .