Regional III (Anterolateral Abdominal Wall
(Muscles: aponeuroses from…
(Anterolateral Abdominal Wall
, Bony Pelvis: transmits weight of body from vertebral column to lower limbs, contains, supports and protects pelvic viscera provides attachments for muscles of trunk and lower limbs.
, External Heart: 4 chambers including 2 atria (right and left) and 2 ventricles (right and left); atria receive blood from veins (superior vena cava, inferior vena cava and coronary sinus drain into right atrium; 4 pulmonary veins drain into left atrium); ventricles pump blood into arteries (right ventricle pumps blood into pulmonary artery/trunk, left ventricle pumps blood into aorta) #
, Abdominal Cavity
, Pelvic Cavity
, Internal Features of the Heart
, Midgut & Hindgut
, Urinary Bladder: The adult empty bladder is located in pelvic cavity, immediately posterior to pubic bones and symphysis pubis. As it fills, its superior wall rises up into hypogastric region and elevates peritoneum of lower part of anterior abdominal wall; empty bladder is shaped like a three-sided pyramid. It has 3 parts: apex, base (fundus), body (with 1 superior and 2 inferolateral surfaces), and neck.
, Venous Drainage
, Thoracic Cavity: Divided in to 1 median compartment (mediastinum) & 2 lateral compartments (right & left)- contains lungs and pleural membranes
, Thoracic Wall