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3 muscles assoicated with abdominoplelvic cavity
Diaphragm and right and left psoas major muscles
umbrella shaped muscle seperating the abdominal cavity form the thoracic cavity
Diaphragm
muscles located on either side of the lumbar vertebral column
Psoas Major
1. Oral Cavity
2. Pharynx
3. Esophagus
4. Stomach
5. Small intestine
6. Large intestine
Digestive System
3 digestive organs within the abdominal cavity
The stomach and small and large intestine
1. Duodenum
2. Jejunum
3. Ileum
3 parts of the small intestine
1st 2/5 following the duodenum
Jejunum
Distal, 3/5 of the jejunum
Ileum
part of the lymphatic system, also a part of the circulatory system
Spleen
an enlongated gland located posterior to the stomach, btwn the duodenum and the spleen
Pancreas
Part of the endocrine system and part of the exocrine system.
Pancreas
produces certain essential hormones, such as insulin, aids in controlling the blood sugar level of the body
Endocrine System in the pancreas
large amoutns of digestive juices that move to te duodenum through a main pancretic duct neeed for digestion
Exocrine System in the pancreas
largest solid organ in the body, occupying most of the RUQ
Liver
a pear-shaped sac located below the liver
Gallbladder