What Is the Largest Organ in the Human Body?


The skin is the largest organ in the human being's body. It is made up of multiple layers of ectodermal tissues. The skin protects the body against pathogens and excessive water loss. It also helps in temperature regulation and protection of vitamin D folates.
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Your skin is the largest organ in your body. The largest internal organ is the liver.
The largest and heaviest human organ is the skin, with a total surface area of about 20 square feet (1.9 square meters) for an average person or 25 square feet (2.3 square meters)
The skin is the largest organ on the human body covering about 2 meters.
The largest organ of the human body is the skin. By definition, organs contain two or more different types of tissues, which may include epithelial tissue, connective tissue, muscle
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In the human body, largest organ is the liver. It weighs about 1-1.5 kilograms.
The human body is complex in nature and what may be thought to be the largest organ may not be at all. Within the internal organ system, the largest organ is said to be the liver which is also the heaviest. Among the external organs the largest organ is the Skin. The skin is also the largest organ in general.
The skin is the largest organ in human body. It is the outer covering of the body, with several layers of ectodermic tissue. The main role of the skin is to guard the fundamental muscles, bones, ligaments together with the internal organs.
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