The liver is found in the right upper quadrant, below the diaphragm and on the belly's right side, notes Healthline. The 3-pound, reddish-brown glandular organ is protected by the rib cage. More »

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The liver in the human body is located in the upper right portion of the abdominal cavity, under the diaphragm and beside the stomach. The liver is made up of four lobes and receives approximately 1.5 quarts of blood per... More »

The human liver is positioned on the right side of the body in most people, although there are certain congenital conditions where the liver is located on the left. Whether the liver is on the right or left, it is always... More »

The gallbladder is on the right side of the body, just under the liver. It stores bile produced by the liver until it is needed for fat digestion. Once needed for digestion, the bile moves through the small intestine, de... More »

The human liver is positioned on the right side of the body in most people, although there are certain congenital conditions where the liver is located on the left. Whether the liver is on the right or left, it is always... More »

There are several organs on the right side of the body, just under the breast, including the gallbladder, kidney, liver and the tip of the pancreas. Since organs are so varied in this area, it can be difficult ascertaini... More »

In humans, the liver is located on the right side of the body above the large and small intestines and below the diaphragm and heart. The two kidneys are located on either side of the body behind the intestines and below... More »