Coccydynia caused by deposits of calcium in joints

A medical paper has shown that calcifications in the sacrococcygeal or intercoccygeal joints can cause coccydynia. Treatment with oral corticosteroids or steroid injections was successful in 3 out of 4 cases. See Coccydynia related to calcium crystal deposition.

Updated 2008-09-21

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