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What anatomical cavity contains all of the thoracic viscera except the lungs?
In this manner, which part of the thoracic cavity contains all thoracic organs except the lungs and pleura?
Procedures Ch 10
|separates a lung into lobes||fissure|
|Which cavity contains the heart and lungs?||Thoracic|
|Which structure separates the thoracic cavity from the abdominal cavity?||diaphragm|
|Which part of the thoracic cavity contains all thoracic organs except the lungs and pleurae?||mediastinum|
Also, is the region of the thoracic cavity that contains everything except the lungs? Mediastinum. Mediastinum, the anatomic region located between the lungs that contains all the principal tissues and organs of the chest except the lungs. The mediastinum is a division of the thoracic cavity; it contains the heart, thymus gland, portions of the esophagus and trachea, and other structures.
In this regard, which chest structure contains all the thoracic viscera except the lungs?
What is in the thoracic viscera?
The thoracic cavity contains the lungs and heart; organs of the respiratory, cardiovascular, and lymphatic systems; the inferior portion of the esophagus; and the thymus gland. Within the cavity are three separate chambers: a single pericardial cavity and the right and left pleural cavities.