thoracolumbar

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thoracolumbar

 [thor″ah-ko-lum´bar]
pertaining to the thoracic and lumbar vertebrae.

tho·ra·co·lum·bar

(thō'ră-kō-lŭm'bar),
1. Relating to the thoracic and lumbar portions of the vertebral column.
2. Relating to the origins of the sympathetic division of the autonomic nervous system.

thoracolumbar

/tho·ra·co·lum·bar/ (-lum´bar) pertaining to thoracic and lumbar vertebrae.

thoracolumbar

(thôr′ə-kō-lŭm′bər, -bär)
adj.
1. Of or relating to the thoracic and lumbar parts of the spinal column.
2. Of or relating to the thoracic and lumbar nerves.

tho·ra·co·lum·bar

(thōr'ă-kō-lŭm'bahr)
1. Relating to the thoracic and lumbar portions of the vertebral column.
2. Relating to the origins of the sympathetic division of the autonomic nervous system.
See also: autonomic division of nervous system

thoracolumbar

pertaining to the thoracic and lumbar vertebrae.

thoracolumbar disk
intervertebral disk between vertebrae in the thoracolumbar segment of the vertebral column.
thoracolumbar outflow
symphathetic nervous system.
thoracolumbar spinal cord lesion
associated with a nerve deficit in the hindlimbs but no abnormality in the front limbs.
thoracolumbar syndrome
spinal cord lesions between T3 and L3 cause spastic paresis to paralysis in the hindlegs and sensory loss caudal to the level of the lesion. Most commonly seen in dogs with intervertebral disk protrusions.