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RLQ, LLQ, Hypogastric Region Exercise 1E. Serous Membranes Write the term the phrase describes. 1.Attaches the heart to the body cavity. 2.Covers the surface of the lungs. 3.Covers the surface of abdominal organs. 4.The lubricating liquid in serous cavities.
5.Underline the organs that are found within the peritoneal cavity: pancreas,liver, kidney,spleen, adrenal glands, abdominal aorta, inferior portions of vena cava,stomach. (Allothers are retroperitoneal). Using Your Knowledge (Pages 23-24) Exercise 1A. Homeostatic Imbalances of Organ Systems Using your textbook, identify the organ system that is homeostatically imbalanced in thefollowing diseases or disorders. 1.muscular dystrophy. Muscular 2.hypothyroidism. Endocrine 3.myocardial ischemia. Cardiovascular 4.infectious mononucleosis. Exercise 1B. Body Cavities and Serous Membranes
Identifyallthe cavities entered for each procedure, beginning with the largest cavity and endingwith the most specific body cavity. Use these abbreviations for the body cavities: abdominal (A),cranial (C), pelvic (P), pericardial (PC), pleural (PL), peritoneal (PT), thoracic (T), and vertebral(V). 5.coronary bypass surgery. T, PC 6.cholecystectomy (gallbladder removal). A, PT 7.spinal tap. V Exercise C. Abdominopelvic Quadrants 8.A 44-year-old male went to the emergency room complaining of severe pain in his RLQ.The doctor palpated the area and determined that the pain was originating from an organin that quadrant. Which organ might be involved? B. Appendix9.A 23-year-old female went to the doctor with the chief complaint of RLQ pain. Whichorgan is most likely the cause? B. OvaryD. Organ Identification Identify the organs in the color-enhanced medical images in Figure 2.6. 10.Brain 11. Spinal Cord 12. Right Lung 13. Heart 14. Diaphragm 15. Liver
16. Spleen 17. Left Kidney 18. Right Kidney 19. Bladder 20. Left Ureter