A 30-year-old female asked:
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could coccyx dislocation, fracture or coccydinia with pain & occasional numb feet cause bone erosion & tissue thickening on ct or something greater?

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Dr. Robert Waskowitz
Specializes in Orthopedic Surgery
Other source: Bone erosion and nerve involvement am stem from another source. You should be evaluated.
Answered on Apr 24, 2014
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Dr. Adam Lewis
34 years experience Neurosurgery
Tailbone pain: Tailbone pain is frequently caused by degenerated lumbar discs. Numbness in the feet can be cause by narrowing of the spinal canal from overgrown joints and ligaments. Generally, arthritis is not associated with bony erosion rather bony growth.
Answered on Aug 3, 2018
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