Amazon Quiz: Which is the largest internal organ in the human body?





Answer: Liver

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The liver is a significant organ that is only present in vertebrates and is responsible for several vital biological processes, including the body’s detoxification as well as the production of the proteins and biochemicals required for growth and digestion. In people, it is situated beneath the diaphragm in the right upper quadrant of the abdomen. In addition, it controls how much glycogen is stored, how red blood cells break down, and how hormones are made.

The liver, an auxiliary digestive organ, is responsible for producing bile- an alkaline fluid with cholesterol and bile acids that aid in the breakdown of fat. The bile produced by the liver is initially stored in the gallbladder, a little pouch that lies directly under the liver. It is then sent to the small intestine to finish digestion.

A large number of high-volume biochemical events, including the production and breakdown of tiny and complex molecules, many of which are required for regular vital functions, are regulated by the highly specialized tissue of the liver, which is mostly composed of hepatocytes.

Although estimates of the organ’s overall number of functions vary, 500 is frequently mentioned.