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To compare the cranial spread of epidural injectates between lumbosacral (LS) and sacrococcygeal (SCo) approaches in… Expand The aim of the present retrospective single centre study was to define the changes in the microbiological flora of the recurring… Expand Pilonidal sinus surgery could, as of now, be considered a surgery tailored more to the surgeon than to the patient. In an attempt… Expand INTRODUCTION
Malignant sacrococcygeal (SC) germ cell tumours (GCT) may be diagnosed as primary pelvic tumour or malignant… Expand The term 'coccygodynia' means the pain in the tailbone area (os coccygis; coccyx). Due to the sitting intolerance, coccygodynia… Expand Objective To assess the effects of backrest inclination of a wheelchair on buttock pressures in spinal cord injured (SCI… Expand PURPOSE Sacrococcygeal pilonidal disease is a source of one of the most common surgical problems among young adults. While male… Expand Teratoma is the most common germ cell tumour in childhood; mature (MT) and immature teratomas (IT) are benign tumours, but if… Expand Noradrenaline, a potent activator of rhythmogenic networks in adult mammals has not been reported to produce functional rhythmic… Expand Projections of sacrocaudal afferents (SCA) onto lumbar pattern generators were studied in isolated spinal cords of neonatal rats… Expand