The human body has five vital organs: the brain, the heart, the kidneys, the liver and the lungs. Vital organs are essential for survival, and the human body cannot function at all without even just one of them. More »

The American Association of Anatomists explains the "Terminologica Anatomica" lists more than 7,500 named, human body parts in Latin, as of November 2014. The list of human body parts includes dozens of organs, more than... More »

OrgansOfTheBody.com provides a detailed list of the 78 organs in the human body. Beneath this large list, there is a more detailed list of the largest organs of the body, including the brain, thyroid and the skin. More »

The vital organs are the brain, the heart, the lungs, the liver and the kidneys. These are organs that a person couldn't live without if one or the pair of them were entirely removed. More »

According to Melodie Anne Coffman for The Nest, cats and humans share many anatomical similarities within the lungs, heart, digestive system, urinary tract and sex organs. Cats also share very basic elements of anatomy w... More »

Organs located on the left side of a normal human body include the left hemisphere of the brain, the left lung, the heart and the stomach, according to Inner Body. Additional organs located on the left side include the l... More »

Third graders should know about the brain, the heart, the lungs and the stomach, according the Texas Department of State Health Services. These organs make up the main parts of the circulatory, digestive, respiratory and... More »

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