Where Is the Liver Located in the Human Body?


In humans, the liver is the largest internal organ in the body. It is located under the diaphragm in the upper-right hand side of the abdomen. Its functions include cleaning the bloodstream, producing bile and absorbing vitamins.
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Location. Your liver is directly under the diaphragm and located in the upper right side of your abdomen. It is protected by the rib cage. Features. The largest internal organ in
The liver is located under your diaphragm, thats under your lungs. The liver is located in the upper right quadrant of the abdominal cavity. It is the largest internal organ and is
The liver is located across from the stomach and spleen in the body.
In terms of the four regions of the abdomen, the liver is located in the Upper Right Quadrant.
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The liver is a vital organ that is present in vertebrates, as well as some other animals. It's functions include protein synthesis and detoxification. You need your liver to survive. The liver is located below the diaphragm in the human body. It is in the abdominal cavity in the upper right quadrant. It is to the right of the stomach and it overlies the gallbladder. The large blood vessels that are connected to the liver are the portal vein and the hepatic artery.
The human body has one liver and it is a vital organ. It is necessary for survival and without it there is currently no way to make up for the absence of its function. It is located within the diaphragm beneath the right rib. It is below the heart and above the stomach and gall bladder.
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