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Contains stomach, spleen, liver, gallblader, small intestine, and most of large intestine; the serous membrane of the abdominal cavity is the peritoneum. 9 for details of the thoracic cavity. In which cavities are the following organs located: urinary bladder, stomach, heart, small intestine, lungs, internal female reproductive organs, thymus, spleen, liver? Use the following symbols for your response: T ؍thoracic cavity, A ؍abdominal cavity, or P ؍pelvic cavity. 9 The thoracic cavity.
Identify the major regions of the body and relate the common names to the corresponding anatomical terms for various parts of the body. • Define the directional terms and the anatomical planes and sections used to locate parts of the human body. The language of anatomy and physiology is very precise. When describing where the wrist is located, is it correct to say “the wrist is above the ﬁngers”? This description is true if your arms are at your sides. But if you hold your hands up above your head, your ﬁngers would be above your wrists.
The dashed lines indicate the borders of the mediastinum. Notice that the pericardial cavity surrounds the heart, and that the pleural cavities surround the lungs. The mediastinum is the anatomical region medial to the lungs that extends from the sternum to the vertebral column and from the first rib to the diaphragm. Mediastinum Right pleural cavity Pericardial cavity Parietal pericardium Parietal pleura Visceral pericardium Visceral pleura Left pleural cavity Diaphragm Anterior view Which of the following structures are contained in the mediastinum: right lung, heart, esophagus, spinal cord, aorta, left pleural cavity?