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Inflammation in the chest cavity is due to an inflammation of the lungs or the bronchial tubes. This condition is related to bronchitis, allergic reactions and pneumonia. Inflammation in the chest cavity is typically treatable, but in rare cases chest inflammation can be life-threatening for older people and for very young children, according to MayoClinic. Chest pain could be the sign of another condition and should be evaluated by a physician. Bronchitis is a viral or bacterial infection in the airways of the lungs called the bronchial tubes.
A body cavity is any space or compartment, or potential space in the animal body. Cavities accommodate organs and other structures; cavities as potential spaces contain fluid. The two largest human body cavities are the ventral body cavity, and the dorsal body cavity. In the dorsal body cavity the brain and spinal cord are located. The membranes that surround the central nervous system organs (the brain and the spinal cord, in the cranial and spinal cavities are the three meninges.
The heart is too deep in the chest to be directly affected by chest compressions. To be fair, all the blood vessels are helping guide blood flow through the chest cavity during CPR, but there's one unique feature of veins that helps move the whole thing along. Without the help of veins, I don't think this CPR thing would work all that well.
It’s completely full; there is no unoccupied space in there other than (as another respondent already answered) the air spaces in the lungs. Here’s a cross section of the chest (and arms); the black spaces you see are the heart ventricles. Other than those, there’s no space. Looks pretty crowded, doesn’t it? 486 Views · View 2 Upvoters. Related QuestionsMore Answers Below
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Chest pain may also be caused by problems in your lungs, esophagus, muscles, ribs, or nerves, for example. Some of these conditions are serious and life threatening. Often caused by an injury to the chest, pneumothorax occurs when a part of the lung collapses, releasing air into the chest cavity. This can also cause pain that gets worse when you breathe as well as other symptoms, such as low blood pressure. Pulmonary hypertension. With chest pain resembling that of angina, this abnormally high blood pressure in the lung arteries makes the right side of the heart work too hard.
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Secondly - compression of the chest prevents the lungs and heart - the principal organs wholly contained in its cavity - from expanding, and doing their work in a proper manner. If there were no compression by ligatures or otherwise, of any other part of the system, and if the impure blood came back to the lungs for renovation as fast as it ought, still it would not be properly depurated or renovated, unless the lungs acted in a full, healthy and rigorous manner. Thus shortness of breath is regularly noted toward the end of pregnancy, and, as has already been mentioned, it is one of the reasons for exercising leisurely. Unlike the other pressure symptoms, shortness of breath is ordinarily aggravated by the recumbent posture, for lying flat on the back increases the compression of the chest.