Coccygeal nerve - Definition
It refers to the 31st nerve of the spinal column that corresponds to the coccyx bone. It is also known by other names like:
This is the lowest and last of the spinal nerve.
Coccygeal nerve - Origin
The nerve has its origin in the sacral plexus.
Coccygeal nerve - Function
The venral ramus of this nerve helps to form the coccygeal plexus.
Coccygeal nerve - Pictures
The images here reveal the location and appearance of this spinal nerve.
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