Picture Of Spine And Nerves

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Spinal nerves are the major nerves of the body. A total of 31 pairs of spinal nerves control motor, sensory, and other functions. These nerves are located at the cervical, thoracic, lumbar, sacral, and coccygeal levels.

Spine and Nerves. Many nerves of the peripheral nervous system, which transport signals to and from specific parts of the body, meet the spinal cord at the vertebral column. Other roles for the vertebrae include helping support the body’s weight and providing an anchor for the ribs. The typical adult has 33 total vertebrae,…

The spinal cord does not run through the lumbar spine (lower back). After the spinal cord stops in the lower thoracic spine, the nerve roots from the lumbar and sacral levels come off the bottom of the cord like a “horse’s tail” (named the cauda equina) and exit the spine.

Picture Of Spine And Nerves

picture of spine and nerves

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