Structure of coccygeal glomus
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To describe the normal anatomy and histology of the adult coccygeal body (CB) and to discuss about the origin and function, using… Expand To examine how the median sacral artery (MSA) is involved with the coccygeal body or glomus coccygeum, we studied serial frontal… Expand Glomus tumours are rare soft tissue tumours that originate from (or differentiate along the lines of) the normal glomus body… Expand ObjectiveGlomus coccygeum is a glomus body which is found in the pericoccygeal soft tissue. This specialised arteriovenous… Expand The glomus coccygeum is a vestigial structure related to the canals of Sucquet-Hoyer, an arteriovenous anastomosis surrounded by… Expand Summary We reviewed all cases of pilonidal sinus excision specimens from our surgical pathology records from 1990 to 2000 to… Expand BACKGROUND
Rarely encountered nonpathologic structures may pose diagnostic problems and cause unnecessary special investigations… Expand The glomus coccygeum is located at the tip of the coccyx; it measures several millimeters in diameter. We describe two glomera… Expand Painful glomus tumors near the coccyx have not yet been described before. Three patients with coccygodynia were treated by… Expand We undertook an anatomical and histological study to differentiate glomus-cell tumors of the pericoccygeal tissues from the… Expand