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Ventral Cavity: The ventral cavity is an enclosed chamber that contains a portion of the body's organs and structures. The ventral cavity is located in the anterior area of the trunk and includes the thoracic cavity and the abdominopelvic cavity. Conditions that can afflict the ventral cavity include infection, infarction, trauma, cancer, genetic disorders, birth defects, and syndromes.
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