That's the pancreas...
It creates digestive enzymes for the small intestine and produces hormones (like insulin) that go to the blood.
It's the femur!
♫ The femur (or thigh bone) is connected to the hip bone. ♫
It's one of the two kidneys (most) bodies have.
Its function is to filter blood, remove waste, and release water from your system.
The sternum (otherwise known as the breastbone).
It joins the upper ribs and the clavicles.
That's the bladder.
It's there to store urine before excreting it through the urethra.
It's the clavicle.
That should have been an easy one. We mentioned it a few questions back. It's connected to the sternum.
It's the spleen.
It destroys old red blood cells, it produces new blood cells, and it maintains a blood reserve.
It's the humerus.
It's the largest bone in your arm, and pretty much all of your upper body, for that matter.
Large intestineSmall intestine
That's the small intestine.
This is where most of the chemical digestion occurs in your body, as well as food absorption.
This bone is the patella.
It's round and flattened, and it allows the movement of the knees. You may know it better as the kneecap.
If You Can't Get 10/10 On This Basic Anatomy Exam, You Shouldn't Have A Body
Nooooooo, you failed! You couldn't find your liver if your life depended on it, literally. All indications are that you shouldn't have a body. Sorry!
Hey! Those anatomy classes are still seared into your memory, or maybe you just watch a lot of Grey's Anatomy. Who knows? What we are sure of is that your knowledge about anatomy is on point!
This post was translated from Spanish.