Origin of pericardial
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The pericardial cavity becomes completely separated from the body cavity, and a distinct pericardium is formed.
To understand the further changes in the pericardial cavity it is necessary to bear in mind its relations to the adjoining parts.
The septum between the pericardial cavity and the body cavity is attached on its dorsal aspect to the liver.
The horizontal septum forms, as is obvious from the above description, the dorsal wall of the pericardial cavity.
The pericardial funnel leads into a glandular section of the organ, the lining cells of which are filled with concretions.