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Click the bodily region or organ in which each of these body parts is located or is most closely associated.
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Quiz by Berney
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Last updated: October 21, 2022
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Islets of Langerhans
Responsible for insulin production
Hepatic Duct
Drains bile from the liver
Pylorus
Connects the stomach to the duodenum
Septal cartilage
Provides structure and support to the nose
Scaphoid
Carpal bone between the hand and forearm
Urethra
Tube that allows urine to pass out of the body
Talus
Small bone between the heel bone and lower leg bones
Maxilla
Frontal bone forming the upper jaw
Thyroid
Produces hormones to regulate metabolic rate
Patella
Kneecap
Retina
Light sensitive area at the back of the eye
Sacrum
Large, triangular bone at the base of the spine
Scapula
Shoulder blade
Mitral Valve
Maintains blood flow from the atrium into the ventricle
Incus
Anvil bone, transmits vibrations from the eardrum
Nephron
Functional filtering unit of the kidney
Alveoli
Air sacs allowing for rapid gaseous exchange
Jejunum
Part of the small intestine between duodenum and ileum
Cerebellum
Responsible for muscle control, balance and movement
Phalanges
Small bones, three in each finger, two in each thumb
Ankle
Bladder
Brain
Ear
Eye
Finger
Heart
Kidney
Knee
Liver
Lung
Neck
Nose
Pancreas
Shoulder
Skull
Small Intestine
Spinal Column
Stomach
Wrist
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