The coccyx (/ ˈ k ɒ k s ɪ k s / KOK-siks; plural: coccyges or coccyxes), commonly referred to as the tailbone, is the final segment of the vertebral column in ...
A coccyx injury results in pain and discomfort in the tailbone area (the condition is called coccydynia). These injuries may result in a bruise, dislocation, or ...
The coccyx is the very bottom portion of the spine. It represents a vestigial tail (hence the common term "tailbone") and consists of three or more very small bones ...
coccyx coc·cyx (kŏk'sĭks) n. pl. coc·cy·ges (kŏk-sī'jēz, kŏk'sĭ-jēz') The small triangular bone located at the base of the spinal column, formed by the ...
Coccyx (tailbone) pain, or coccydynia, is often caused by a fall or childbirth. This site describes diagnosis, treatment and ways to cope.
New Latin, from Greek kokkyx cuckoo, coccyx; from its resemblance to a cuckoo's beak. First Known Use: 1615
The coccyx, or tailbone, is the triangular bony structure located at the bottom of the vertebral column between the buttocks. It is composed of three to five bony ...
The coccyx, or tailbone, is both the smallest and the most inferior bone in the spinal column. It is a vestige of the caudal vertebrae found in the tails of most mammals.
Coccydynia is a medical term meaning pain in the coccyx or tailbone area,  usually brought on by sitting too abruptly.
coccyx [kok´siks] the small bone caudad to the sacrum in humans, formed by the union of four (sometimes five or three) rudimentary vertebrae, and forming the caudal ...