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Body Structure

The body cavities and quadrants

QuestionAnswer
The Cranial is in the Dorsal Cavity, what is the major organ? Brain
The Spinal is in the Dorsal Cavity, what is the major organ? Spinal Cord
In the Thoracic is in the Ventral Cavity, what is the major organ? Heart, lungs, and associated structures
The Abdominopelvic is in the Ventral Cavity, what is the major organs? Digestive, excretory, and reproductive organs and structures.
What does RUQ stand for and what are the major structures? Right upper quadrant, Right lobe liver, gallbladder, pancreas, sm and lg intestines
What does LUQ stand for and what are the major structures? Left upper quadrant, left lobe liver, stomach, spleen, pancreas and sm and lg intestines
What does RLQ stand for and what are the major structures? Right lower quadrant, sm and lg intestines, appendiz, rt ovary, rt fallopian tube and rt ureter
What does LLQ stand for and what are the major structures? Sm and lg intestines, left ovary, lt fallopian tube and left ureter
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