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Organs

Labia

The labia are the inner and outer folds of the vulva, which are present at both sides of the vagina. They are part of the female genitals and are the visible portion of the vulva. In humans, labia majora and labia minora form the two pairs of labia. The

Caecum

Caecum (L. caecum = blind) is a large dilated blind sac at the commencement (proximal end) of the large intestine. The position of the caecum is to the right iliac fossa, above the lateral half of the inguinal ligament.  Its surface projection takes up the triangular region

Appendix

The Appendix (or Vermiform Appendix)  is a narrow worm-like diverticulum, about 2 cm below the ileocaecal junction. It originates from the posteromedial wall of the caecum. Measurements The length of the appendix varies from 2 to 20 cm (with an average of 9 cm). The typical width is

Ureter

The Ureter is a narrow, thick-walled, expansile muscular tube that carries the urine from the kidney to the urinary bladder. By the peristaltic contractions of the smooth muscle of the wall of the ureter, the urine is propelled from the kidney to the urinary bladder. Measurements Length:

Urinary Bladder

Urinary Bladder is one of the organs of the human body located in the anterior part of the pelvis, which is also a muscular reservoir of urine. Urinary bladder is generally included in clinical circumstances like retention of urine, cystitis (inflammation of the urinary bladder), calculus, disorder

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