Cranial/Anterior Lateral view Caudal/Posterior
Ventral view of the peritoneal cavity (abdominal coelom)
Shiny surface of the organs is the visceral peritoneum; shiny lining the abdominal wall is the parietal peritoneum.
The diaphragm is the thin muscular membrane below the heart and above the liver (second square from the top).
Ignore the top square (lung in thorax). From there down are the liver, stomach, spleen, left kidney, left seminal vesicle and the urinary bladder.
Another ventral view of the abdomen
From the left: liver, small intestine, large intestine, spleen, urinary bladder, left testis
Another view of the pelvic and abdominal organs (male)
From the left: testis, vas deferens (thin cord to left of square), spleen, liver
Ventral view with thorax opened
From the top: heart, diaphragm, gall bladder (between the right lateral and medial lobes of the liver), left medial lobe of liver), spleen, large intestine
Thoracic cavity organs
Heart (ventricles) and left lung
Lungs inflated by blowing into nostrils
Female reproductive organs
From the left: coiled oviduct, left uterine horn, left ovary above the left oviduct; note that the uterus is bicornuate