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What are some sources for simple illustrations of the human abdomen?

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Simple illustrations of the human abdomen are available on EnchantedLearning.com, WebMD.com and NucleusCatalog.com, as of 2015. Nucleus Catalog offers sex-specific illustrations of both the interior and exterior of the human abdomen.

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WebMD's picture of the abdomen shows a normal arrangement of internal organs located between the chest and the hips. This illustration includes the stomach, small and large intestines, kidney, liver and gallbladder, among other organs. Each of the organs shown in the image is labelled and shown with an indication line. This diagram is also shown with a brief overview of the structure of the human abdomen and a list of abdominal ailments.

The illustration of the abdomen on EnchantedLearning.com focuses specifically on the human digestive system. This diagram includes the organs in the abdomen as well as the mouth, esophagus and liver. This illustration is shown alongside a detailed description of the digestive process.

Nucleus Medical Media offers several watermarked illustrations of the human abdomen. Some of these illustrations are also specific to the female abdomen and depict the locations of female sex organs such as the ovaries and uterus. This website offers labelled and unlabelled illustrations of the internal abdominal structure as well as a exterior drawing of the anterior abdomen of a male and a female body.

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