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Human Anatomy and Physiology
Formula for a human body parts weight?
November 01, 2009 6:27AM
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What is the heaviest part of the human body?
The main thorax, with abdomen and pelvic bones, is the heaviest part of the human body, comprising about 60% of the total weight. Related Information: The skin is the heaviest organ of the human body comprising about 16% of the total weight. Weight of other human body parts: One leg = about 10% One arm = about 6% Head = about 8% Brain = about 2%