Human Anatomy and Physiology

Is the stomach above or below the intestine?


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2012-03-25 14:05:42
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above our intestines


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It is above your intestine but only by less than a quarter of an inch.

Your stomach is above the waist.

the small intestine is connected to the stomach at its bottom and is situated below the stomach in the abdomen

The stomach isn't really suspended. Internal organs are pretty compact so everything has its space in your torso. That being said, the small intestine is below the stomach and the lungs are above it.

The stomach is inferior (below) to the diaphragm.The diaphragm is superior (above) to the stomach.

No, the pancreas is above the kidneys, but below the stomach.

It is to the bottom-right of the liver, to the left of the stomach, and above the large intestine.

Figure it this guy above me is a dickhere :No, the stomach doesn't release its contents into the small intestine suddenly and all at once. After being in the stomach, food enters the duodenum, the first part of the small intestine.

The small intestine stops (ends) at its junction with the large intestine just above the cecum. Its origin is from the stomach at the gastroduodenal junction. The first part of the small intestine is the duodenum.

The esophagus links the mouth to the stomach. The small intestine links the stomach to the large intestine.

No, the small intestine is attached to the stomach.

Your stomach is found beneath your liver above your large and small intestine and to the left of your spleen. It is on the left side of your body.

the stomach is superior (above) the navel behind the navel would be the jejunum section of the small intestine.

That would be your bladder.. You stomach is above your waist.

This is the first segment of the small intestine right below the stomach.

The stomach empties into the beginning of the small intestine.

The liver is located above the stomach in the abdominal cavity. It is in the upper right hand side below the diaphragm.

Actually The small intestine is not connected to the stomach. Between the stomach and the small intestine is the Duodendum. At the end of the small intestine the colon, or large intestine begins.

The order is as follows: Stomach, small intestine, large intestine.

The pyloric sphincter separates the stomach from the small intestine.

In horses the pancreas is located directly below the stomach (ventral to the stomach). It's connected to the first part of the small intestine (the duodenum).

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The stomach is connected to the duodenum, the first part of the small intestine.

a little above the belly below the heart and lungs

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