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Organs of the Human Body (with map)

Using the map of the human body, name the 12 organs pictured.
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First submittedNovember 2, 2016
Last updatedNovember 5, 2016
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Organs
Bladder
Brain
Gall Bladder
Heart
Kidneys
Large Intestine
Liver
Lungs
Pancreas
Small Intestine
Spleen
Stomach
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level 55
Nov 3, 2016
Please accept colon for large intestine.
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level 81
Nov 3, 2016
It's not the same thing. Colon is just a part of the large intestine. From Wikipedia: "Most sources define the large intestine as the combination of the cecum, colon, rectum, and anal canal.[2][3] Some other sources exclude the anal canal".
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level 60
Dec 13, 2016
The colon is colloquially synonymous with the large intestine but technically refers to the ascending, transverse, descending, and sigmoid regions. The cecum, which attaches to the small intestine's terminal ileum, and the rectum are the entry and exit points of the large intestine but referring to the overall system as the colon is acceptable in common speech and should also be accepted as an answer.
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level 72
May 24, 2017
I just decided that Anal Canal is going to be the name of my new band.
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level 69
May 1, 2019
The anal canal is a semicolon.
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level 69
May 1, 2019
Regardless, why is Pac Man chewing it up? I have a reflex to push the joystick up just looking at it.
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level 81
Nov 3, 2016
Trachea? No. Esophagus? No. What's that weirdly shaped thing in between the lungs? Took me a good while. I couldn't make a better map anyway. And it's fun to have one!
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level 27
Nov 7, 2016
I think it was the heart.
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level 66
Nov 7, 2018
I also thought trachea. It's otherwise a fun quiz, but I'd really like to see that heart unflattened.
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level 66
Nov 7, 2018
Oh, and some of the names don't appear when you hover over them. :/
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level 54
Dec 20, 2018
that is the worst picture ever, doesnt even come close to resemble the heart or its place..
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level 71
Nov 3, 2016
Great idea for a quiz!
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level 59
Nov 5, 2016
Thank you :)
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level 69
Nov 3, 2016
Er, what kind of map is this? I've never seen the human body look like that before.
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level 76
Nov 3, 2016
I learned from Dr. Blake's Mysteries that if your parachute fails to open then your internal organs may get all rearranged when you hit the ground. That's what must have happened to this person.
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level 54
Dec 20, 2018
hahah quite accurate
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level 39
Dec 13, 2016
Looks like a coronal cut down the body.
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level 67
Nov 5, 2016
Good idea for a quiz, made a change from my usual quiz taking. I liked the little map. I guess a ruminant map will be next :o)
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level 59
Nov 5, 2016
Thanks
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level 65
Nov 5, 2016
Time to improve my English spelling on organs :-)
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level 64
Nov 6, 2016
Simple and superb!
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level 38
Dec 13, 2016
got them all save for the heart, what is that thing?
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level 27
Dec 13, 2016
I interpreted it to be the aortic valve but I'm sure that's not right...
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level 59
Dec 13, 2016
The heart is behind the lungs, which is why it has such a strange shape. This certainly does give it the appearance of other organs, though.
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level 54
Dec 20, 2018
It is true that the heart is behind the lungs for a big part. Though it definately is not nearly as high as the lungs (it should be almost half as high as it is here), plus your left lung is smaller (to make room for the heart), so a part of the heart is still seen there. Sorry to say but this picture looks nothing like it looks in reality. (I do like the idea of a map though!)
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level 36
Dec 13, 2016
11/12. Didnt know about Spleen.
Largr Intestine was a comlete guess. They couldent come up with a better name?
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level 53
Jan 25, 2019
I knew Spleen, but for some strange reason I always want to spell it as "spline"
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level 56
Dec 13, 2016
I got everything except the heart. I can't believe that.
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level 54
Dec 20, 2018
I can...
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level 64
Dec 13, 2016
That heart seems a lot thinner than a heart. I was guessing larynx, trachea, etc.
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level 56
Dec 13, 2017
Larynx...? A very weird place for your voice box!
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level 54
Dec 20, 2018
also a weird place/shape for the heart..
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level 39
Dec 13, 2016
Please accept Urinary bladder as that's the actual name. I got it wrong because I was too correct!
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level 27
Dec 14, 2016
maybe accept the official terms (latin). I am a med student and had a lot of trouble coming up with the colloquial terms. :/ But then again, it's probally good to learn them to so that my patients will actually understand me when i talk to them.
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level 52
Dec 16, 2016
Large bowel and small bowel should be accepted instead of intestine. The word bowel is used much more frequently amongst the medical/nursing fraternity.
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level 20
Dec 16, 2016
thats the heart?
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level 70
Mar 7, 2017
it's not important but maybe the title could be change to "(with diagram)" or "(with svg diagram)"?
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level 33
Mar 8, 2017
the skin is an organ
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level 34
Mar 8, 2017
and we miss out the biggest organ.... the skin!!!
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level 55
Mar 8, 2017
I almost forgot heart!!!
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level 26
Mar 8, 2017
How do people not get stomach or heart?
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level 57
Dec 10, 2018
Normally, I would agree; but with a diagram that makes the heart the shape of a Taquito, I'm surprised only 14% missed it.
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level 61
Apr 10, 2017
I got 100% (I am a physician, I better have), but that diagram is absolutely horrible. The heart and kidneys, in particular do not even remotely resemble their actual shape and size.
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level 28
Jul 25, 2018
Yes you are right - the lungs are much bigger as is the liver and I'm not a medical professional, but then again this quiz isn't for medical professionals, at least there will be many learning about the organs in the body which is a good springboard to learn more - perhaps more accurately.
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level 57
Jun 19, 2017
Maybe add Diaphragm? Great quiz though
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level 56
Aug 5, 2017
I´m dead. I only got 6
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level 45
Oct 9, 2017
I got Gall Bladder, but not bladder... hmmm
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level 37
Dec 13, 2017
SAME!!! :(
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level 46
Nov 10, 2017
no skin
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level 46
Nov 10, 2017
what the hell! no skin???
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level 16
Jan 28, 2018
This took a lot of work. Thank you for doing an illustration! Wish I knew how.
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level 28
Mar 6, 2018
12/12...but where's skin?
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level 69
May 1, 2019
KFC
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level 64
Apr 4, 2018
Scientiests are now beginning to consider the liquid-filled spaces in between everything else in our bodies, the interstitium, as an organ themselves. Difficult, however, to portray that in the illustration.
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level 56
Jun 8, 2018
so appendix doesn't count?
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level 24
Jun 15, 2018
Where's skin?
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level 54
May 1, 2019
On the outside
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level 53
Jun 28, 2018
Can you accept Spline for Spleen?
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level 54
May 1, 2019
And spene for spine?
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level 69
May 1, 2019
Then you'd have to accept gear for ear.
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level 58
Jul 25, 2018
I never knew exactly what a gall bladder looks like till now
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level 65
May 1, 2019
I never knew that the heart looks like a sausage until now :)
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level 33
May 1, 2019
What about skin? I think skin is an organ. Fun quiz!
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level 60
May 2, 2019
Heart is ridiculous.
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level 37
May 2, 2019
I FORGOT THE STOMACH
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level 57
May 7, 2019
Please accept "gallbladder" (one word) for "gall bladder" (two words). In most dialects of English, it's a single word. Wikipedia spells it as a single word: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gallbladder
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level ∞
May 7, 2019
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