A morphometric study of human lumbar and selected thoracic vertebrae.
What does TV stand for?
TV stands for Thoracic Vertebrae
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Samples in periodicals archive:
The patient suffered from monoparesis or loss of voluntary motor function in his left leg, acute weakness in his right leg, and the thoracic vertebrae showed abnormalities.
The scout MRI helped identify some mild scoliosis and confirmed the presence of 14 thoracic vertebrae, counting from the cervical spine down, according to Young and colleagues.
The genes corresponding to the cervical vertebrae, the thoracic vertebrae, the lumbar vertebrae and the tailbone become activated at exactly the right moment one after another.
She suffered fractured cervical and thoracic vertebrae and broken ribs for which she underwent emergency surgery at UHW before being transferred back to Bridgend.
In the safety trial, patients will receive injections of about 2 million cells grown specifically to resemble precursors to spinal cord cells, within seven to 14 days of injuries to their thoracic vertebrae.
On February 27, 1992, at the age of 24,1 sustained a complete spinal cord injury at T11/12 (that is, no feeling or sensation below thoracic vertebrae levels 11 and 12).
At the level of the fourth to sixth thoracic vertebrae, it crosses over to the left hemithorax and ascends posterior to the aortic arch, exiting the thorax through the superior thoracic aperture in the neck.