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Thoracic Cavity

Noun, 1.

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Serous Membranes & Cavities
Thoracic cavity — is lined by endothoracic fascia. Abdominal & pelvic cavities mesoductus deferens.
Thoracic Cavity
Thoracic Cavity. Chest Trauma. • General chest trauma.
Pleura and thoracic cavity
Pleura and thoracic cavity. Lung collaps- lung trauma (due to meat cure perforating the esophagus and the lung).
Pulmonary Ventilation
To understand how volume changes in the thoracic cavity cause pressure The volume of the thoracic cavity is changed by muscle contraction and relaxation.
Thoracic cavity
border between thoracic and abd.

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Keep the esophagus burning at bay
Obese people are also at a higher risk of developing a hiatal hernia (an opening of the diaphragm that allows the stomach to invade the thoracic cavity), which is often responsible for reflux.
Saving Lives: ACCES & The Seattle Humane Society team up to give Tully a
Complications can arise when the abdominal organs have been present in the thoracic cavity and have adhered to structures within the chest or to the chest wall.
Sea lion in critical condition in Vancouver
So perforations there can cause lung problems, thoracic cavity problems, and potentially heart problems as well," said Haulena. "[He is] certainly not out of the woods yet. He did recover slowly, as was expected due to his poor condition.

Suggested Web Resources

Thoracic cavity - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
thoracic cavity (anatomy) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia
thoracic cavity (anatomy), the second largest hollow space of the body.
The Thoracic Cavity - Human Anatomy
Thoracic Cavity Dissection Review Human Anatomy - YouTube
Jan 26, 2011 The following is a review of the contents of the human thoracic cavity.
thoracic cavity - definition of thoracic cavity by the Free Online
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