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Coccyx Injury Evaluation
- Bruising above the buttocks
- Swelling above the buttocks
- Tenderness above the buttocks
Tests are not necessary to make the diagnosis of sacrococcygeal injury.
Tests that may be used to evaluate a sacrococcygeal injury include:
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PubMed Coccyx Injury References
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