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  1. The pleural cavity is composed of the layers of the membrane lining the lung and the chest cavity.
  2. Baby bottle tooth decay is a dental condition characterized by massive decay of an infant's teeth, particularly the upper and lower incisors.
  3. ... is withdrawn with a needle from the peritoneal cavity.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 ...
  4. ... thin dome-shaped muscle which separates the thoracic cavity (lungs and heart) from the abdominal cavity (intestines, stomach, liver, etc.). It is involved in ...
  5. Sinusitis refers to inflammation of the sinus cavities, which are moist, hollow spaces in the bones of the skull. There are four pairs of sinuses: Frontal sinuses Maxillary sinuses Ethmoid sinuses ...
  6. ... respiratory tract include the nose or nostrils, nasal cavity, mouth, throat (pharynx), and voice box (larynx). The ... cleansed by the tissue that lines the nasal cavity.
  7. ... child's overall good health. Without proper dental care tooth decay and gum disease can lead to serious problems such as cavities and gingivitis, swollen and bleeding gums. Regular visits ...
  8. ... surgically at birth. Most often, the infant's abdominal cavity is too small for the intestine to fit ... Over time, the intestine returns into the abdominal cavity and the defect can then be closed.
  9. Plaque is the major cause of tooth decay and gum disease (gingivitis), so it is important to floss and brush properly. One way to test for proper brushing is to ...
  10. The nasal cavity is the first part of the respiratory system where air enters to begin the breathing process. The nasal ... conchae form the lateral walls of the nasal cavity.
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