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Cavity, Anatomical

Summary Information: Cavity, Anatomical

Cavity, Anatomical: A cavity is an enclosed chamber that contains a portion of the body's organs and structures. The two primary cavities of the body include the ventral cavity and the dorsal cavity. Conditions that can afflict the cavities of the body include infection, trauma, cancer, genetic disorders, birth defects, and syndromes.

Closely Related Organs: Cavity, Anatomical

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Conditions Afflicting Organs: Cavity, Anatomical

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Other Names: Cavity, Anatomical

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Sub Parts: Cavity, Anatomical

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Symptoms Related to Afflictions of: Cavity, Anatomical

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