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Causes Diagnosis Management
  • Coccygeal fracture is part of isolated injury in the pelvis.
  • Caused by kick to the lower part of buttock  or fall close to the back of anus.
  • May occur without history.
 
  • Leave for 6 weeks after which it should resolve spontaneously.
  • If it does not resolve, consider excision of coccyx.
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