Definition of Coccygeal plexus
1. Noun. A small plexus formed by the fifth sacral and coccygeal nerves.
Medical Definition of Coccygeal plexus
1. A small plexus formed by the fifth sacral and the coccygeal nerves; it gives origin to the anococcygeal nerves. Synonym: plexus coccygeus. (05 Mar 2000)
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Literary usage of Coccygeal plexus
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1. An Elementary Treatise on Human Anatomy by Joseph Leidy (1889)
"coccygeal plexus. The coccygeal plexus ' is formed by tho fifth anterior sacral nerve, with a division of the fourth sacral and the anterior coccygeal nerve ..."