The pancreas is deep in the back of the abdominal cavity. Part of it is between the spine and the stomach and part of it is in the curve of the duodenum, which is the lowest part of the stomach or the highest part of the... More »

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The pancreas is located in the abdominal cavity in humans, according to Johns Hopkins Medicine. More specifically, it is located in the upper-left portion of the abdomen, behind the stomach. More »

A picture of the human body with the location of the pancreas is located at WebMD.com. The pancreas and the duct connecting it to the small intestine are highlighted in green. More »

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According to MedlinePlus, the glands in the back of the head are referred to as lymph nodes and are responsible for aiding the body in fighting illnesses and infections. Lymph nodes are also present behind both ears and ... More »

The body contains several hundred lymph nodes, mostly found in the upper torso. The main areas of nodes include the armpits, between the ribs, between the lungs, and on a small section of the lungs. More »

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The pancreas is located in the abdominal cavity in humans, according to Johns Hopkins Medicine. More specifically, it is located in the upper-left portion of the abdomen, behind the stomach. More »

The salivary glands and the pancreas both produce the enzyme amylase. Amylase is an enzyme that breaks down carbohydrate molecules during the process of digestion. More »