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  1. Appendicular region
    upper and lower limb areas.
  2. cranial cavity
    brain case
  3. vertebral canal
    enclosed by the vertebral column and contains the spinal cord.
  4. Thoracic cavity contains 3
    • 1) pericardial cavity,
    • 2) mediastinum, &
    • 3) pleural cavity.
  5. Abdominopelvic cavity contains
    abdominal cavity & pelvic cavity
  6. pleural cavities contain
    the lungs
  7. pericardial cavity contains
    the heart
  8. Mediastinum is where?
    it's in the thoracic cavity, & contains the heart and its vessels, the esophagus,trachea, phrenic and cardiac nerves, the thoracic duct, thymus and lymph nodes of the central chest.
  9. The pericardium contains
    a 2 layer membrane.
  10. 2 layers of heart membrane
    • 1) visceral pericardium=inner layer
    • 2) parietal pericardium
  11. fluid that fills the heart is called?
    Pericardial fluid.
  12. each lung is enfolded in a serous membrane called
    pleura
  13. define Visceral & Parietal
    • Visceral: Inner
    • Parietal: outer
  14. 2 layers of lung
    visceral pleura (inner), and parietal pleura (outer)
  15. space between pleura cavity and ribs is called, and is filled w/?
    pleural cavity, filled w/pleural fluid.
  16. what is retroperitoneal position?
    When some organs lie against the posterior portion of the abdominal wall, having peritonaeum on anterior side only. 

    Includes: kidney, ureters, adrenal glands, most of the pancreas, aorta & vena cava.
  17. Intraperitoneal organs are those...
    those wrapped in perotineal sheet against the posterior wall.

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