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Body Cavities

Thoracic, Abdominal, Pelvic

TermDefinition
Cranial (Thoracic Cavity) The thoracic inlet and the maubrium and the cranial end of the sternum.
Caudal (Thoracic Cavity) The diaphragm
Dorsal (Thoracic Cavity) Thoracic vertabrae and muscles
Ventral (Thoracic Cavity) The sternum
Lateral (Thoracic Cavity) The ribs and intercostal muscles
Cranial (Abdominal Cavity) The diaphragm
Caudal (Abdominal Cavity) The pelvic opening
Dorsal (Abdominal Cavity) The lumber vertebrae and part of the diaphragm
Lateral and Ventral (Abdominal Cavity) The abdominal muscles.
Cranial (Pelvic Cavity) The pelvic inlet
Caudal (Pelvic Cavity) The pelvic outlet
Dorsal (Pelvic Cavity) The pelvic girdle
Lateral (Pelvic Cavity) The muscles or ligaments attached around the pelvic girdle.
Pericardium Contains the heart. Consists of a double layer of membrane and lies within the mediastinum
Created by: laurenmclean511