There was no observed swelling, discolouration, or deformity visualized over the gluteal or sacrococcygeal
She said one child out of 30,000 babies is born with the Sacrococcygeal
Disease that should be remembered: Sacrococcygeal
pilonidal sinus disease and short history.
Karydakis procedure should be the preferred method in treatment of sacrococcygeal
2,10 Chordomas of the mobile spine metastasize more often than sacrococcygeal
The tumor, they told her, was a sacrococcygeal
teratoma, a rare tumor affecting one of up to 70,000 births.
The abdominal procedure is performed in the Lloyd-Davies position, and the dissection follows total mesorectal excision (TME) principles, down to the sacrococcygeal
junction posteriorly and to the level of the upper part of the prostate anteriorly in males, or the first few centimetres of the vagina anteriorly in females.
CIFS occurrence in the sacrococcygeal
region mimicking a sacrococcygeal
teratoma has been reported,  and such presentation is generally uncommon.
The caudal block can block sacrococcygeal
nerves which in nervatethe whole perineum involving the perianal region, rectum and prostate gland, so it can consequently decrease pain related to TRUS probe introduction and biopsy.
The teratoma sites of predilection are the sacrococcygeal
(60-65%), gonadal (10-20%), mediastinal (5-10%), presacral (5%), retroperitoneal, cervical, and rarely the intracranial regions.
5,6) Their anatomic distribution varies widely and includes the mediastinum, (7) sacrococcygeal
region, (8) neck, retrobulbar, (9) retroperitoneum, (10) and other rare sites.
Contract awarded for conventional magnetic resonance column lumbosacral code quantity 233200 -70-, magnetic resonance conventional column sacrococcygeal
code quantity 233203 -10-