thoracic segments
The term thoracic segments refers to  the 9th to 20th segments of the spinal cord. They are located between the cervical segments and the lumbar segments and range from T1 to T12 ( Carpenter-1983 ). Defined by dissection, they are found in all vertebrates ( Swanson-2015 ).

Also known as: Pars thoracicaNeuroNames ID : 1718

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