What is Abdominal cavity? Abdominal cavit-y a portion of space just below the diaphragm. The abdominal cavit-y houses the stomach. See stomach here
Abdominal. Anything that has to do with the stomach region of the body
The abdominal cavit-y is a large cavity found in the torso of mammals between the thoracic cavit-y, which it is separated from by the thoracic diaphragm, and the pelvic cavity. A protective layer that is called the peritoneum, which plays a role in immunity, supporting organs, and fat storage, lines the abdominal cavity. As shown in the below diagram on the left, the abdominal cavit-y has been divided into nine different areas, where every organ doesn’t necessarily only occupy one. This division helps with the diagnosis of diseases based on the place where a person is experiencing abdominal painhttps://biologydictionary.net/abdominal-cavity/
LOCATION AND BOUNDARIES OF ABDOMINAL CAVIT-Yhttps://www.amboss.com/us/knowledge/abdominal-cavity/
VENTRAL AND LATERAL: MUSCLES OF THE ANTERIOR ABDOMINAL WALL
POSTERIOR: MUSCLES OF THE POSTERIOR ABDOMINAL WALL
INFERIOR: PELVIC INLET
SPACE WITHIN THE ABDOMINAL CAVIT-Y COMPLETELY LINED BY THE PERITONEUM
SPACE WITHIN THE ABDOMINAL CAVIT-Y LOCATED BETWEEN THE PERITONEAL CAVITY
AND POSTERIOR ABDOMINAL WALL
KIDNEYS AND URETERS
ARTERIES: ABDOMINAL AORTA AND ITS BRANCHES
INFERIOR VENA CAVA
AND ITS TRIBUTARIES
AND ITS TRIBUTARIES
SYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM
PARASYMPATHETIC NERVOUS SYSTEM
ENTERIC NERVOUS SYSTEM
ABDOMINAL PREVERTEBRAL PLEXUS
LYMPH NODE CLUSTERS OF THE ABDOMINAL CAVIT-Y
INTESTINAL LYMPHATIC TRUNK
LUMBAR LYMPHATIC TRUNKS
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