T 1 Vertebrae

This human anatomy diagram with labels depicts and explains the details and or parts of the T 1 Vertebrae. Human anatomy diagrams and charts show internal organs, body systems, cells, conditions, sickness and symptoms information and/or tips to ensure one lives in good health.

The T1 vertebra is the first (uppermost) of the twelve (12) thoracic vertebrae that make up the central and largest section of the spinal column between the lumbar vertebrae below and the cervical vertebrae above. While larger than the C7 vertebra above it, the T1 is the smallest of the thoracic vertebrae.

The T1 vertebra is the first (uppermost) of the twelve (12) thoracic vertebrae that make up the central and largest section of the spinal column between the lumbar vertebrae below and the cervical vertebrae above. While larger than the C7 vertebra above it, the T1 is the smallest of the thoracic vertebrae.

Individuals who suffered a minor accident or subluxation are more likely to experience less severe injuries like the ones listed below. Here is a list of the T1 through T12 vertebrae and their potential corresponding injuries. Allergies and hives. Ulcers and gastritis.

T 1 Vertebrae



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