Your body’s cavities are basically the “holes” that would be left (besides bones and tissues forming the space) if you removed your internal organs. Your body has two main cavities; the dorsal and ventral.
Ventral cavity: Extends from just under the chin to the pelvic area, encompassing the thoracic cavity, diaphragm, and abdomino-pelvic cavity
Thoracic cavity: Contains the heart and lungs
Abdomino-pelvic cavity: Contains the organs of the abdomen and pelvis
Dorsal cavity: Contains posterior body organs extending from the cranial cavity into the vertebral canal housing the spinal cord
Spinal cavity: Enfolds and protects the spinal cord
Cranial cavity: Inside the skull and enclosing the human brain