coccygeal


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coccygeal

 [kok-sij´e-al]
pertaining to or located in the region of the coccyx.

coc·cyg·e·al (Co),

(kok-sij'ē-ăl), Avoid the mispronunciation kok-si-jē'al.
Relating to the coccyx.

coccygeal

/coc·cyg·e·al/ (kok-sij´e-il) pertaining to or located in the region of the coccyx.

coccygeal

(kŏk-sĭj′ē-əl)
adj.
Of or relating to the coccyx: coccygeal vertebra.

coccygeal

See coccyx.

coc·cyg·e·al

(kok-sij'ē-ăl)
Relating to the coccyx.

coccygeal

Pertaining to the COCCYX.

coccygeal (kk·si·jēˑ·l),

n caudal spine including the coccyx.

coccygeal

pertaining to or located in the region of the tail.

coccygeal muscle
see Table 13.2.
coccygeal vertebrae
called also caudal vertebrae; see Table 10.
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34 (61%) of the pelvises showed the presence of intervertebral discs between the sacral vertebrae and between the coccygeal vertebrae while 22 (39%) pelvises did not have the intervertebral discs either in the sacrum or the coccyx.
We also want to use a certain amount of finesse, taking care not to traumatize the sacrospinous ligament, arcus tendineus, or most importantly, the iliococcygeal, coccygeal, and obturator internus muscles.
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This is maintained by a pair of retractor penis muscles that run bilaterally from the coccygeal vertebrae to the ventrolateral sides of the penis.
Blood may be collected from the ventral coccygeal vein, femoral, or saphenous veins.
Coccygeal (kohck-sih-je-ahl) Also known as caudal (kaw-duhl) vertebrae, the coccygeal vertebrae are the last in the vertebral column, and make up the tail.
It may be that the authorities quoted are including non-neural tube defects such as the radiological finding of single bifid L5 or S1 lamina and coccygeal pits in their classification of spina bifida occulta.
A coccygeal component of the sacrotuberous ligament is described in some texts (Last, 1978; Moore, 1985; Palastanga et al.
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The spinal column begins at the brain from the base of the skull and proceeds inferiorly through the spinal canal to the tip of the last coccygeal element.
Because the spinal cord itself is shorter than the spine (ending far above the tailbone), the lumbar, sacral, and coccygeal spinal nerves develop long extensions to exit the corresponding level of the vertebral column.