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What does t5 and t6 in the brain control? My ...

What does t5 and t6 in the brain control?  My daughter had an eeg and a veeg and it showed mini focal points at t5 and t6 and i would like to know what those areas are in charge of.  What exactly does t5 and t6 do??

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