Thoracic vertebrae

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The thoracic vertebrae are the vertebrae (backbones) in the middle section of the back that has ribs attached. They are numbered T1 through T12, starting from the top.

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The bones of the body from behind.

The vertebrae above the thoracic vertebrae are the cervical vertebrae, which form the neck. The vertebrae below the thoracic vertebrae are the lumbar vertebrae, which form the low back.

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