Fallopian Tube

What are Fallopian tubes? The fallopian tubes are also known as uterine tube or oviducts. There are two fallopian tubes present in every female body which are 4 inches long narrow and 1cm wide, and they connect the ovaries to…

Right Atrium

Right Atrium is one of the four chambers of the human heart. The heart is divided into four chambers, two are called atria, and the other two are ventricles. These chambers help to keep the oxygenated blood separate from deoxygenated blood…

Saddle Joint

Definition Saddle joint is any joint where one bone forms a saddle or support for the other bone to rest on it, like a horse rider sitting on a saddle. It is a biaxial synovial joint which allows double motion…

Liver

Nestled under your diaphragm, above the stomach and right kidney is the largest visceral organ of the human body – the Liver. It has many different functions and plays many different roles from metabolism to digestion to circulation. Traditional Chinese…

Greater Trochanter

What is Greater Trochanter? The greater trochanter is a prominence situated distal and lateral to the femur axis. It is named the lateral process of the femur or external trochanter. Trochanters are points at which the hip and thigh muscles…

Large Intestine

What is Large Intestine? As the products we ingest near the end of their digestive journey, we come to the home stretch. The final touches in the journey of digestion are made in the large intestine. While the large intestine…

Gallbladder

Introduction to the Gallbladder When it comes to digestion, there are different stages that occur before a finished product is “released”. Many different chemicals and enzymes work to absorb energy from the food we eat. One of these enzymes is…

Aorta

What is Aorta? The oxygen rich blood is pumped by the heart every time when it contracts and it needs to be delivered to every single organ and cell of the human body. It is the aorta that carries this…

Cervix

What is and where is the Cervix located? The uterus is a component of the female reproductive region. The uterus is the organ where the fetus grows and develops. It is inverted pear-shaped, located in the pelvis, between the rectum…

Human Mouth

When it comes to digestion, the mouth is where it all begins. The mouth is the gate that opens so we can begin the process of energy absorption called digestion. But the mouth has other functions too. Along with digestion…

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