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a. posterior and superior b. medial and inferior c. medial and superior d. lateral and posterior I -Organ Location 1 Draw the outline of a full-size torso on paper or plastic. 2 Using a marker, draw life-size outlines of all superficial organs in the appropriate place on the paper or plastic torso. 19 urinary bladder 20 ovaries 21 uterine tube 22 uterus 23 urethra 24 penis 25 scrotum 26 testis . ,s pnnt copy is licensed to o Y U DUrsu;int tn .,,..,. _._ I
ORGAN SYSTEMS AND BODY CAVITIES El< ER of the large intestine. Within the abdominal cavity is the peritoneal cavity which contains the pancreas, kidneys, adrenal glands, and portions of the large intestine, small intestine, aorta, and inferior vena cava. The pelvic cavity is the inferior portion of the abdominopelvic cavity. The pelvic cavity contains part of the large intestine, rectum, urinary bladder, female reproductive organs (ovaries, uter-ine tubes, uterus, vagina), and male reproductive organs (prostate, and part of ductus deferens). It is important to note that the testes and penis are nol located in the pelvic cavity but are located inferior to it 1s . . r1 so~ L-Ay-·'' s n ororgaannss ar aree fo found within body cavities. of the c,vu . th b . d . . ManY . 1 cavity contains e ram, an 1l 1s continuous fhe cra1110 rtebral (ver1ebra = back) canal that contains with the ve rd ·nal co . (he sp: thoracic cavity is a spac~ encl?sed by the ribs, Th d vertebral column. This cavity contains three s1ernurn, ~ni·es· the pericardial cavity (peri-= around· all cav1 I ' srn . ""heart) and two pleural cavities (pleuro-= side card1a ard' I . . th ~r rib)-11te peric _,a ca1v1ty cThontamsed' e h~art, and each al cavity contatns a ung. e m 1astmum (media-~e:ddle; .5riJ1um = partition), a central area ':ithin the . cavity extends from the neck to the diaphragm thoracic ' d fr rn the sternum to the vertebral column. The organs ano edi' th ed in the m astmum are e heart, thymus gland 1ocat , hagus, trachea, blood vessels, and bronchi. The pleu-esop d . h . ral cavities are locate on e1t er side of the mediastinum . ..,, diapbrllglll separates the thoracic cavity from the 111e bdominopelvic cavity. a 1be abdominopelvic cavity consists of two continuous cavities: the abdominal cavity and the pelvic cavity. The abdominal cavity is the superior portion located between the diaphragm and the brim of the pelvis (hip bones). 'Ibis cavity contains the stomach, liver, gallbladder, pan-creas, spleen, small intestine, kidneys, appendix, and part V '~) ~! -I T 2 .....:"~J ·-,. ---3 . , ' ......, .. I \ . 4 ·-~ l , 5 ·--------6 (a) Right lateral view (b) Anterior view FIGURE 2·3 Body cavities. Before Going to Lab 1 Label the major body cavities and the diaphragm on Figure 2.3(a) and (b). Gf;j:£S,(riif#J Body cavities 1 Locate the major body cavities on a skeleton and torso model. Identify the organs located in each body cavity. 2 Locate the mediastinum (meed-ee-uh-STINE-um) on a torso model or on Figure 2.1. Identify the organs located within the mediastinum. • abdominal cavity C.ta()1td cranial cavity ve.

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