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viscus (s) (noun), viscera (pl)
The internal structures or organs of the body that perform specific functions: Examples of viscera include the following:
  • The chest: heart and lungs.
  • Image of chest organs.
  • The abdomen: liver, pancreas, spleen, gallbladder, stomach, and intestines.
  • Image of heart and lungs.
  • The head: brain of nerve tissues or neuroglia which are organized to receive, to process, to remember, and to send out information.
  • Image of brain.
  • The heart, liver, intestines, stomach, lungs, and brain are all viscera or bodily organs.
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(Greek: entrails, intestines, viscera [internal organs collectively; especially, those in the abdominal cavity])
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abdominal viscera (pl) (noun)
The soft internal organs contained or enclosed within the abdominal cavity: The abdominal viscera include the stomach, liver, intestines, spleen, pancreas, and parts of the urinary and reproductive tracts.
This entry is located in the following units: abdomin-, abdomino-, abdomen- (page 3) -al; -ial, -eal (page 3)