a b e h c d f g i epigastric region right hypochondriac region left

A b e h c d f g i epigastric region right

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6 Review Sheet 1 11. Name the muscle that subdivides the ventral body cavity. ____________________________________________________ 12.Which organ system would not be represented in any of the body cavities? _______________________________________13.What are the bony landmarks of the abdominopelvic cavity? _____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________14.Which body cavity affords the least protection to its internal structures? _________________________________________15.What is the function of the serous membranes of the body? ___________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________________________________________ 16.Using the key choices, identify the small body cavities described below.Key:a.middle ear cavityc.oral cavitye.synovial cavityb.nasal cavityd.orbital cavity_________________1.holds the eyes in an anterior-facing position________________ 4. contains the tongue_________________ 2. houses three tiny bones involved in hearing________________ 5. lines a joint cavity_________________3. 17.On the incomplete flowchart provided below:Fill in the cavity names as appropriate to boxes 3–8.Then, using either the name of the cavity or the box numbers, identify the descriptions in the list that follows. a. contained within the skull and vertebral column e. contains the heart b. houses female reproductive organs f. contains the small intestine c. the most protective body cavity g. bounded by the ribs d. its name means belly h. its walls are muscular cavity 1 Dorsal body cavity 3 cavity (superior) 2 Ventral body cavity Body ca vities 4 (inferior) 5 cavity (superior) 6 cavity (inferior) 7 cavity (superior) 8 cavity (inferior) Skeletal, muscular, integumentary the pelvis AbdominalThe serous membranes produce a lubricating fluid (serousDorsally, the vertebral column; laterally and anteriorly,fluid) that reduces friction as organs slide across one another or against the cavity walls during their functioning. 1 8 1, 3, 4 2 5 6 or 7 5 6 or 7 cranial thoracic abdominal pelvic abdominopelvic vertebral/spinal diaphragm
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