The peritoneal cavity is the hollow space present between the parietal (outer) and visceral (inner) peritoneum membranes. These membranes ar

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The peritoneal cavity is the hollow space present between the parietal (outer) and visceral (inner) peritoneum membranes. These membranes are known to form the lining of the _______ and are semi-permeable, smooth, and transparent.

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Audrey 3 months 2022-02-21T21:08:09+00:00 1 Answer 0 views 0

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    2022-02-21T21:09:41+00:00

    Peritoneal cavity. This is space that has serous fluid that serves as the lubrication and can be found between the parietal (wall of abdominal cavity) and visceral (outer layer of abdominal organs) portions of the peritoneum.

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