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Ganglion impar

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A single, unpaired paravertebral ganglion located in the coccygeal portion of the sympathetic trunk.


A local coccygeal ganglion block is found to give significant relief from coccydynia (tailbone pain or coccyx pain).


See also: paravertebral ganglia