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Other Body Cavities

Anatomy & Physiology Chapter 1 Other Body Cavities

Oral cavity Commonly called the moth, contains the tongue and teeth. Continuous with the rest of the digestive tube, which opens to the exterior at the anus.
Nasal cavity Located within and posterior to the nose. Part of the passages of the respiratory system.
Orbital cavities (orbits) In the skull house the eyes and present them in an anterior position.
Middle ear cavities Each middle ear cavity lies just medial to an eardrum and is carved into the bony skull. Contain tiny bones that transmit sound vibrations to the organ of hearing in the inner ears.
Synovial cavities Joint cavities - they are enclosed within fibrous capsules that surround the freely movable joints of the body, such as those between the vertebrae and the knee and hip joints.
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