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T6 Spinal Cord Injury Affecting the Function of Abdominal Organs
T6 Spinal Cord Injury Affecting the Function of Abdominal Organs
This medical illustration shows how an injury at the level of T6 (thoracic) spinal cord results in damage to the autonomic nervous system, both the sympathetic and parasympathetic divisions, affecting the function of major abdominal organs. The damaged area is color-coded in blue, affecting the stomach, intestines, kidney, colon and bladder. Labels include areas of the spinal cord: cervical, thoracic, lumbar, and sacral.
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