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Bile and pancreatic juices are produced by the liver and pancreas, which are organs that are part of the digestive system. Biliary juices, or bile, are created in tissue inside the liver called hepatic parenchyma, and th... More »

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If viewing a picture of the internal organs of a human lying in the supine position, the liver is the large, triangular organ in the upper quadrant of the body, to the direct upper left of the stomach and below the diaph... More »

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As part of the digestive system, the gallbladder is a small, pear-shaped organ situated under the right lobe of the liver. These organs sit opposite the stomach and behind the ribs in the upper right abdominal quadrant, ... More »

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