3 Body Cavities – not the ones in your teeth Dorsal Cavity – Cranial Cavity and Vertebral CanalVentral Cavity – Thoracic Cavity, Diaphragm and Abdominopelvic CavityOral CavityNasal CavityOrbital CavitiesMiddle Ear Cavities
4 More Cavities Abdominopelvic Cavity – Abdominal and Pelvic Cavities Synovial Cavity – surrounds freely moveable joints
5 Pictures of Cavities – How many faces do you see?
7 What organs belong to which cavity? Thoracic Cavity – Heart, lungsAbdominal Cavity – Stomach, liver, spleen, gall bladder, kidneys, most of small and large intestinesPelvic Cavity - Terminal portion of the large intestine, urinary bladder, internal reproductive organs
11 Body Planes Sagittal Transverse Coronal - Frontal Oblique
12 Body Sections Axial – Head, Neck and Trunk Appendicular – Upper and Lower LimbsAxialAppendicular
13 Relative PositionsAnatomical Position – Standing erect, face and plams are facing forwardSuperiorInferiorAnteriorPosteriorMedialLateralProximalDistalSuperficialDeep
14 Protective MembranesSerosa (serous membrane) – covers the walls of the ventral cavity and the outer sufraces of organsParietal Serosa – lines the cavity walls – this folds on itself to form the Visceral Serosa, covering the organs in the cavitySerous fluid – separates serous membranes – not air