Stomach, Gallbladder and Pancreas innerbody
Continued From Above... Anatomy of the Stomach, Gallbladder, and Pancreas Stomach. A hollow muscular organ about the size of 2 closed fists, the stomach is located inferior to the diaphragm and lateral to the liver on the left side of the abdominal cavity.
The stomach is located centre left in the human body. 1. Body of stomach 2. Fundus 3. Anterior wall 4. Greater curvature 5. Lesser curvature 6.
23 Interesting Stomach Facts, Function, Parts & Diseases ...
Stomach facts, function, parts and diseases, a comprehensive study. It stores, churns & digests food, kills germs, secretes hormones, and also absorbs nutrients.
Human Body Diagram Bodytomy
Head The human head consists of the brain, a pair of eyes and ears, a nose and mouth, all of which help in various sensory functions, such as the ability to process thought, see, hear, smell, and taste.
Diaphragm: Anatomy, Function, Diagram, Conditions, and ...
A range of health conditions can affect or involve the diaphragm. Hiatal hernia. A hiatal hernia happens when the upper part of the stomach bulges through the esophageal opening of the diaphragm.
BBC Science & Nature Human Body and Mind Organ Layer
Your stomach is a short term food storage facility. Find out how it breaks food down and mixes it with juices secreted by your stomach lining.
Human Intestines | Interactive Anatomy Guide
Continued From Above... Gross Anatomy. The intestines are located inferior to the stomach in the abdominal body cavity. They are connected to the posterior wall of the abdomen by the mesentery, a thin vascular membrane.
Curvatures of the stomach
The curvatures of the stomach refer to the greater and lesser curvatures. The greater curvature of the stomach is four or five times as long as the lesser curvature.
Human heart diagram, anatomy, picture, valves & arteries
The interior of the heart in human heart diagram. Below is a picture of the inside of a healthy, normal human heart diagram: The septum. The left and right sides of our heart are divided by an internal wall of tissue that is called the septum.
Pharynx – Definition, Anatomy, Functions, and Diagram
Nasopharynx (Nasal Pharynx) It is the uppermost section, located between the skull base and the soft palate . The adenoids or pharyngeal tonsils are located on its posterior wall .