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Coccyx injury

Coccyx injury: Introduction

An injury to the coccyx which is the final pointy portion of the backbone. It is also referred to as the tailbone and consists of 3 to 5 bone segments. The injury can result in bruising, dislocation or even fracture of the coccyx which can be very painful. ...more »

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Treatments for Coccyx injury

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Coccyx injury: Deaths

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Causes of Coccyx injury

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