A cannula (a narrow tube-like instrument) is placed into the abdominal cavity in the upper abdomen or flank just below the ribs.
In this outpatient surgical procedure, your doctor views your abdominal cavity by making tiny incisions in your abdomen and inserting a fiber - optic tube with a small camera lens.
This is dialysis in which patients filter their own blood by periodically injecting fluid into the abdominal cavity, which is later drained.
Thoracic cavity (or chest cavity) ：Second largest hollow space of the body, enclosed by the ribs, vertebral column, and breastbone and separated from the abdominal cavity by the diaphragm.
Peritonitis: Inflammation of the peritoneum (see abdominal cavity), with pus accumulating Between the parietal and the visceral peritoneum, abdominal pain and distension, vomiting, and fever.
Thoracic cavity (or chest cavity) :Second largest hollow space of the Body, enclosed by the ribs, vertebral column, and Breastbone and separated from the abdominal cavity by the diaphragm.
ABdominal muscle:Any of the muscles of the front and side walls of the abdominal cavity.
Below the muscular diaphragm, which separates the chest cavity from the abdominal cavity, the esophagus joins the stomach.
Methods: The self - invented portal blood blocker was delivered into the abdominal cavity under guiding of laparoscope.
Through this incision, the abdominal cavity is distended with carbon dioxide gas.