You are a 3rd year medical student who is working with Dr. Tomes, a Radiation oncologist. You are seeing Mr. Oddline, a 67 year old male with metastatic prostate cancer. He has had vertebral bone metastasis treated with external beam radiation therapy in the past. Today he is in for regular follow up and on review of systems, you ask about skin changes. He mentions a strange phenomenon that he recently noticed. He states: It’s strange doc, I have this band of numbness that goes all the way across my chest right at my nipple line, and across my back at roughly the same level, everywhere else feels normal isn’t that the strangest thing eh? You and your attending excuse yourselves briefly, Dr. Tomes asks you: If Mr. Oddline had metastasis that was compressing on his spinal cord, based on his description, what level of the spinal cord would it be at?