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17: (b) Figure 1A Falsely colored CT (computerized tomography) scans of (a) the head and (b) the abdomen. Note: These are not shown in correct relative size. indd 16 abdominal (ab-dom′˘ı-nal) The region between the thorax and pelvis. acromial (ah-kro′me-al) The point of the shoulder. antebrachial (an′′te-bra′ke-al) The forearm. antecubital (an′′te-ku′bı˘-tal) The space in front of the elbow. axillary (ak′sı˘-ler′′e) The armpit. brachial (bra′ke-al) The arm. buccal (buk′al) The cheek. carpal (kar′pal) The wrist.
The thoracic cavity wall is composed of skin, skeletal muscles, and various bones. A region called the mediastinum (me′′de-as-ti′num) separates the thoracic cavity into two compartments, which contain the right and left lungs. The remaining thoracic viscera—heart, esophagus, trachea, and thymus— are located within the mediastinum (fig. 8b). The abdominopelvic cavity, which includes an upper abdominal portion and a lower pelvic portion, extends from the diaphragm to the floor of the pelvis. Its wall consists primarily of skin, skeletal muscles, and bones.
Thoracic membranes (1) Pleural membranes line the thoracic cavity (parietal pleura) and cover each lung (visceral pleura). 9/22/10 11:47 AM 20 Unit One Levels of Organization (2) Pericardial membranes surround the heart (parietal pericardium) and cover its surface (visceral pericardium). (3) The pleural and pericardial cavities are the potential spaces between the respective parietal and visceral membranes. Abdominopelvic membranes (1) Peritoneal membranes line the abdominopelvic cavity (parietal peritoneum) and cover the organs inside (visceral peritoneum).