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  1. Nose, Nasal Cavities & Paranasal Sinuses From the National Institutes of Health (National Cancer Institute)  
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  2. The pleural cavity is composed of the layers of the membrane lining the lung and the chest cavity.
  3. Baby bottle tooth decay is a dental condition characterized by massive decay of an infant's teeth, particularly the upper and lower incisors.
  4. During development, the scrotal cavity in boys is connected to the abdominal cavity via a structure called the processus vaginalis. The processus vaginalis usually closes ...
  5. The chest cavity includes the heart and lungs. The abdominal cavity includes the liver, the stomach, and the small and large ... the abdominal organs can pass into the chest cavity. The lung tissue on the affected side is ...
  6. ... time. Normally, the intestines return to the abdominal cavity and the abdomen is closed at birth. ... skin. The organs are replaced into the abdominal cavity and the incision closed, if possible. If the ...
  7. ... the ventricles of the brain, which are large cavities within the brain which produce and reabsorb the ... the neck and chest and into the peritoneal cavity (abdominal cavity). The CSF is absorbed in the ...
  8. ... is withdrawn with a needle from the peritoneal cavity. The peritoneal cavity is the space between the two membranes lining the abdominal cavity. The test is done to determine the cause ...
  9. Mouth From the National Institutes of Health (National Cancer Institute)  
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  10. Pharynx From the National Institutes of Health (National Cancer Institute)  
    Anatomy/Images ... Anatomy ... National Cancer Institute ... From the National Institutes of Health
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