In human and other animal bodies, the torso refers to the central mass of the body excluding the arms, legs and neck and head. The chest and abdomen, naturally divided internally, form the two parts of the torso. More »

To measure your torso, ask a second person to hold a flexible tape measure, have him place the tape measure along your spine, and determine the number of inches between the C7 vertebrae and iliac crest. This task takes l... More »

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As WebMD points out, rashes specific to the torso can be caused by shingles, pityriasis rosea and heat rash. However, as HowStuffWorks explains, some rashes appear all over the body, including on the torso. These include... More »

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Anatomical locations on the body that contain lymph nodes are the head and neck, the upper and lower torso, the arms, and the legs, according to InnerBody. The lymph nodes in the head and neck include the adenoids, lingu... More »

Although specific anatomies appear different, male human bodies generally consist of a head and neck that attach to the upper portion of the torso. Two sets of limbs, the arms and legs, attach at the upper and lower corn... More »

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In the bodies of humans, as well as many animals, the torso or trunk, is the area of the body that contains the chest and abdomen, and includes the area of the body between the neckline and pelvis, excluding limbs. The t... More »

The torso refers to the entire body, both front and back, with the upper torso referring to the area between the stomach and the neck, and the chest refers to the front part of the body between the neck and the abdomen..... More »