Because the female reproductive tract is continuous with the peritoneal cavity through the fallopian tubes, it is possible for sperm to enter the peritoneal cavity.
Yes. The sperm can enter through the Peritoneal Cavity.
Yes, the peritoneal cavity is a serous cavity.
Yes some do, because the uterine tubes open into the downward continuation of the peritoneal cavity called the 'Pouch of Douglas', which extends between the uterus and the rectum into the pelvis.
All humans have a peritoneal cavity.
An organ can be in the abdominopelvic cavity but not the peritoneal cavity if the organ sits below the diaphragm but outside the peritoneal membranes. The kidneys, which are behind the peritoneal membrane (retroperitoneal) are such organs.
The peritoneal membrane lines the peritoneal cavity.
Kidneys are retroperitoneal. There are in the abdominal cavity, but not in the peritoneal cavity.
All organs of the peritoneal cavity are also in the abdominopelvic cavity, but some abdominopelvic organs are not in the peritoneal cavity. For instance, the kidneys are behind the peritoneum (retroperitoneal).
The peritoneal membrane secretes serous fluid into the peritoneal cavity.
The peritoneal cavity houses the stomach,large and small intestines liver and kidneys.
Because it's meant for dwelling within the abdomen cavity (aka peritoneal cavity), it doesn't enter the circulatory system. Parenteral solutions are for intravenous (into the vein) administration.
the correct term for Blood in the peritoneal cavity is atmoperitoneum
Serous fluid in the peritoneal cavity provides lubrication for the organs.
I don't think there is another name for the peritoneal cavity. the peritoneal cavity is specifically for the potential space between the parietal and visceral portions of the peritoneum. hope this helps ^_^
The female reproductive system is open to the peritoneal cavity via the fallopian tubes. The male reproductive system is not open to the peritoneal cavity.
abdominal or peritoneal cavity
Gonorrhea can rise through the vagina->cervix->uterus->fallopian tube->peritoneal cavity.
Serous membrane (mesothelium) forms the wall of the peritoneal cavity.
The peritoneal cavity is a normal part of human anatomy. It is not a condition that requires treatment.
abdomen Peritoneal Cavity
Yes, that is where the woman's reproductive organs are.