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Male body sectioned. Front view of the male human body, sliced through to show internal anatomy. This is part of the Visible Human Project. The lower arms and feet are cut away and absent; the brain is visible in the head. Major muscles can be seen in the shoulders, upper arms, and thighs. Bones in the central spine reveal white spinal discs; lungs (dark brown) are seen in the chest. In the abdomen is the liver, two kidneys (light brown), and bladder (white) in the pelvic region. The Visible Human Project is a US project to archive both a male and female body. Each body is CT and MRI scanned, and sectioned into slices. The project is for medical research and education.
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