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Anat- Reg/Cav/Memb

Stack #203041

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Nasal nose
Oral mouth
Axillary Armpit
brachial arm
Antebrachial forearm
coxal hip
carpal wrist
manus hand
digital finger
femoral thigh
patellar kneecap
crural leg
pes foot
auricular or otic ear
thoracic thorax
vertebral spinal column
gluteal buttock
calcaneal heel
popliteal back of knee
orbital eye
cephalic head
buccal cheek
mediastinum median space in the thoracic cavity
abdominal abdomen
pelvic pelvic
tarsal ankle
thoracic cavity superior portion of ventral cavity
abdominopelvic cavity inferior region of ventral cavity
parietal membrane that lines cavity walls
visceral membrane that covers organs
serous fluid fluid secreted for lubrication of the serous membranes
abdominal cavity cavity superior to an imaginary line drawn between the superior aspects of the hip bones
pelvic cavity cavity inferior to an imaginary line drawn between the superior aspects of the hip bone
Diaphragm a muscular partition between the thoracic and abdominal cavities
Parietal Pericardium the outermost layer of the serous membrane covering the heart
Visceral Pericardium forms the heart's external surface
Pericardial cavity the potential space between the parietal and visceral pericardia
parietal pleura the outer layer of the serous membrane covering the lungs
visceral pleura covers the external surface of the lung
pleural cavity the narrow, moist potential space between the parietal and visceral layers of the lung
parietal peritoneum the outer layer of the serous membrane lining the adbominopelvic cavity
visceral peritoneum the inner layer of the serous membrane lining the gut that ensheathes the external surfaces of most of the digestive organs
peritoneal cavity the potential space between the two serous membrane layers in the abdominopelvic cavity
retroperitoneal an organ not covered by the visceral peritoneum
Created by: Jean-O