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Arrow Medical Dictionary & MRI/CT Terminology

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[The main sources of TheFreeDictionary's Medical dictionary are The American Heritage® Stedman's Medical Dictionary, Second Edition and Dorland's Medical Dictionary for Health Care Consumers, which provide authoritative descriptions of medical conditions, medications, anatomical terms, noted medical personalities and much more.]

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Terminology for CT scans and MRI scans (Lumbar region)
http://www.adriaanliebenberg.co.za/t...ar-region.html

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http://www.aans.org/Patient%20Inform...d%20Terms.aspx
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What specific term do you want to know about?

The spinal terms usually can apply to each area of the spine , cervical, thoracic, lumbar etc - those are the locations.
The number tells what level vertebrae in each area.

T9 = #9 vertebrae in thoracic area

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