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Coccygodynia – diagnosis, pathogenesis, treatment options

Coccygodynia – diagnosis, pathogenesis, treatment options

Coccygodynia – diagnosis, pathogenesis, treatment options

Dr Margaret McLoughlin and Dr Dominic Hegarty
Dr Margaret McLoughlin and Dr Dominic Hegarty
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Launch date: 10 Jan 2018
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Last updated: 15 Jan 2019

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Description

This module reviews the diagnosis, pathogenesis and treatment of coccygodynia. The goal of this module is to review the presentation, pathogenesis, differential diagnosis and treatment of coccygodynia. It will also include a concise review of the functional anatomy of the coccyx.

Objectives

On completion of this course, the learner will be able to:
1. Understand the review and presentation, of pathogenesis, differential diagnosis and treatment of coccygodynia.
2. Appreciate the functional anatomy of the coccyx.
Dr Margaret McLoughlin and Dr Dominic Hegarty

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Dr Margaret McLoughlin and Dr Dominic Hegarty
on behalf of MediLearning

Dr Margaret McLoughlin, Specialist Anaesthesia Trainee
Dr Dominic Hegarty, Consultant in Pain Management and Neuromodulation, Department of Anaesthesia and Pain Medicine, Cork University Hospital

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