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Pelvic Cavity

Descriptions of Pelvic Cavity

Pelvic Cavity: the space bounded by the bones of the pelvis and containing the pelvic viscera
Source: WordNet 2.1

Summary Information: Pelvic Cavity

Pelvic Cavity: The pelvic cavity is an enclosed chamber located within the abdominopelvic cavity that contains some of the body's organs and structures. The pelvic cavity is located below or inferior to the abdominal cavity and includes the bladder, uterus, prostate, urethra, fallopian tubes, anus, and ovaries. The pelvic cavity is lined by the peritoneum.

Conditions that can afflict the pelvic cavity include peritonitis, ruptured uterus, ectopic pregnancy, prostate cancer, anal cancer, trauma, and birth defects.

Closely Related Organs: Pelvic Cavity

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Pelvic Cavity

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Sub Parts: Pelvic Cavity

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Pelvic Cavity

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