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much thicker third layer, thefibrous pericardium.Figure1.9 shows the membranes associated with the heart andSpinal cordMediastinumAortaRight lungPleural cavibParietal pleuraRight atriumof heartVertebraAzygos v.EsophagusRight ventricleof heartVisceral pleuraSternumVisceral pericardiumPericardial cavityParietal pericardiumFibrous pericardiumLeft ventricleof heartF*IOURE 1.9A transverse section through the thorax reveals the serous membranes associated wrth the heart and lungs (superior view).
lungs.In the abdominopelvic cavity, the membranes arecalled peritoneal membranes. Aparietal peritoneumlinesthe wall, and avisceral peritoneumcovers each organ inthe abdominal cavity. The potential space between thesemembranes is called theperitoneal cavity(fig- 110).B What doesvisceralmean?Which organs occupy the dorsal cavity? The ventral cavity?H Name the cavities of the head.Describe the membranes associated with the thoracic and abdominopelvic cavities.
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