dlateral and posterior Label the major body cavities and the diaphragm on

Dlateral and posterior label the major body cavities

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d.lateral and posteriorLabel the major body cavities and the diaphragm on Figure 2.3(a) and (b). 1. Cranial cavity 2. Vertebral canal 3. Thoracic cavity 4. Diaphragm 5. Abdominal cavity 6. Pelvic cavity LAB ACTIVITY 3 Body Cavities 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. 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. Parietal 2. visceral
Draw lines on Figure 2.5(a) separating the abdominopelvic cavity into quadrants and label the quadrants. Right Upper Left Upper right uppoer left upper Quadrant quadrant hypochondriac epigastric hypochondriac Right lumbar umbilical left lumbar Right lower left lower Quadrant quadrant right inguinal hypogastric left inguinal LAB ACTIVITY 6 Abdominopelvic Quadrants and Regions 3 Using the torso model or your textbook, identify in which abdominopelvic quadrant(s) each organ is primarily located. Use the abbreviations RUQ, LUQ, RLQ, and LLQ. a. appendix RLQ b. large intestine or colon LLQ c. liver RUQ d. ovaries RLQ and LLQ e. pancreas LUQ f. small intestine RLQ g. spleen LUQ h. stomach LUQ 5 Using the torso model or your textbook, identify in which abdominopelvic region each organ is primarily located. a. appendix __ Right Inguinal region b. gallbladder __ Right hypochondriac region c. left ovary __ left inguinal region d. bifurcation of the abdominal aorta _ hypogastric region e. spleen __ Left hypochondriac region f. stomach (majority of) __ epigastric region
Reviewing Your Knowledge 2 A. Functions and Identification of Organ Systems Identify the organ system by its function as described below. Respiratory system 1. Maintains blood oxygen and carbon dioxide levels Nervous system 2. Controls muscles and glands by electrical impulses; helps control homeostasis Muscular system 3. Causes movement of bones Integumentary system 4. Waterproof barrier that blocks the entrance of pathogens into the body and prevents the loss of water from the body Cardiovascular system 5. Transports nutrients, oxygen, and carbon dioxide throughout the body Digestive system 6. Changes food into absorbable nutrients; expels wastes Urinary system 7.

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