Morphometric Study of the Normal Egyptian Coccyx from ( Age 1-40 Year )

  title={Morphometric Study of the Normal Egyptian Coccyx from ( Age 1-40 Year )},
  author={Saadia Ahmed Shalaby and Essam Mohammed Eid and Omar ABd Alaziz Allam and Ali Fawzi Mohammed Ali and Mohammad Abdullah Gebba},
Background: Coccyx is named as resemblance to curved beak of the cuckoo. The coccyx is a triangular bone consisting of three to five segments: the first is the largest, it articulates with the sacrum. The last three segments are smaller and form a single bony piece. The anterior surface presents three transverse grooves indicating site of fusion of these segments. Aim of the Work: To study the normal variations of coccyx in number of segments, shape, size, curves, in different age groups by… CONTINUE READING


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