Cavities of the Human Body

Cavities of the Human Body

Included: Layered .eps, ai. Non-layered 300 DPI 22×11 .jpg

This graphic represents the major cavities of the human male anatomy. The cavities are presented in the anterior (front) and lateral (side) view and their relationship to the skeleton from the cranium (skull) to the pelvis (hips) and nervous system.

The images show the abdominal, cranial, dorsal, lung, mediastinum, pericardial, pleural, pelvic, thoracic, ventral and vertebral cavities. Each cavity is labeled with the respective organs contained in each cavity.

The illustration is a layered, vector file for maximum editability.

The palette has been set up as spot colors for quick and easy color changes to all shape, gradients and strokes.

Elements have been grouped and sub-grouped for quick selection and editing of similar relative shapes.

All fonts used (Arial) are standard to PC or Mac and may be easily customized with your own fonts.

Accurately anatomically labeled, this graphic is meant to represent the basic cavities of the male body and is suitable for educational applications.

The file utilizes blends, gradient meshes and compound paths.
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