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d.lateral and posteriorLabel the major body cavities and the diaphragm on Figure 2.3(a) and (b).1. Cranial cavity2. Vertebral canal3. Thoracic cavity4. Diaphragm5. Abdominal cavity6. Pelvic cavityLAB ACTIVITY 3 Body Cavities2Locate the mediastinum (meed-ee-uh-STINE-um) on a torso model or on Figure 2.1. Identifythe organs located within the mediastinum.1.In Figure 2.4, observe how the serous pericardium folds to form a double layer.2 Label the two layers of the serous pericardium in Figure 2.4.1.Parietal2.visceral
Draw lines on Figure 2.5(a) separating the abdominopelvic cavity into quadrants and label the quadrants. Right UpperLeft Upper right uppoerleft upperQuadrantquadranthypochondriac epigastric hypochondriacRight lumbarumbilicalleft lumbarRight lowerleft lowerQuadrantquadrantright inguinalhypogastricleft inguinalLAB ACTIVITY 6 Abdominopelvic Quadrants and Regions3Using the torso model or your textbook, identify in which abdominopelvic quadrant(s) eachorgan is primarilylocated. Use the abbreviations RUQ, LUQ, RLQ, and LLQ.a. appendixRLQb. large intestine or colon LLQc. liverRUQd. ovariesRLQ and LLQe. pancreasLUQf. small intestineRLQg. spleenLUQh. stomachLUQ5Using the torso model or your textbook, identify in which abdominopelvic region each organis primarilylocated.a. appendix __Right Inguinal regionb. gallbladder __Right hypochondriac regionc. left ovary __left inguinal regiond. bifurcation of the abdominal aorta _hypogastric regione. spleen __Left hypochondriac regionf. stomach (majority of) __epigastric region
Reviewing Your Knowledge2A. Functions and Identification of Organ SystemsIdentify the organ system by its function as described below.Respiratory system1. Maintains blood oxygen and carbon dioxide levelsNervous system2. Controls muscles and glands by electrical impulses; helps controlhomeostasisMuscular system3. Causes movement of bonesIntegumentary system4. Waterproof barrier that blocks the entrance of pathogens into the bodyand prevents the loss of water from the bodyCardiovascular system5. Transports nutrients, oxygen, and carbon dioxide throughout the bodyDigestive system6. Changes food into absorbable nutrients; expels wastesUrinary system7.