The definition is a test in which a doctor injects salt water (saline) into the cavity of the uterus, and an ultrasound probe placed in the vagina obtains images. The technique obtains more detailed images of the uterine cavity than does ultrasound alone. Also referred to as. (nasty huh?)
No. A period is caused by the buildup of endometrial tissue within the uterine cavity. Without the uterus, there can be no efflux of tissue and blood, so no period. So long as you still have your ovaries, you will have normal hormones, however. I DISAGREE. I just had a hysterectomy - removal of my uterus only - and I am spotting on the calendar day that I was due for my period. My doctor told me that it is possible that I may spot from time to time as it's difficult to remove every single uterine cell from the abdominal cavity.
The dorsal cavity is divided into the cranial cavity and the spinal cavity. These two subdivisions are continuous with each other.
The bony nasal cavity is made up of the hard palate and the palatine process of the maxilla. The nasal cavity is made up of the rest of the nasal sinuses and includes the bony nasal cavity.
The nasal cavity opens up to the nasopharynx through the choanae. The nasal cavity is lined with mucosa except for vestibule. The nasal cavity has openings for paranasal sinuses.
Its called a "D and C" (D&C)
Inflammation of uterine musculature associated with pus in the uterine cavity (from Stedman's Medical Dictionary)
Although, there is also the cervical cavity, but since you were asking for the "main" cavity, I would say it's the uterine cavity.
The cilia beat in the waves and carry the egg and move it through the tube to the uterine cavity.
Nourished by glycogen rich uterine secretions. -Pearson Text Book