Does Python's SQLAlchemy support server side cursor?

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I want to query a MSSQL database using Python's SQLAlchemy. There could be tens of millions of matched rows. In order to use less memory at the server side, I would prefer using server-side cursor (SSCursor) to slice the matched rows. But I cannot find examples or resources about SSCursor with SQLAlchemy.

Is it possible to use SSCursor with SQLAlchemy? If this is do-able, can someone show me examples or point out references?
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