Asked in Liver
Can you grow a human liver from a portion of a human liver?
Inside the body you can - "spilt livers" (pieces of liver from adults) are regularly used for child's liver transplants, if a suitable size donor is not available. The piece of liver grows as the child grows, reaching a normal size. (But I don't know if the lobes appear in the same way that you would expect on a standard liver). ...
Asked in Heart
What is the function of the heart in the human body?
it pumps oxygenated blood and nutrients through the liver and other organs in the body to enable them to function properly. ...
Asked in Cancer
What type of people does liver cancer affect babies kids or adults?
Primary liver cancer can occur in both adults and children. However, treatment for children is different than treatment for adults. ...
Asked in Animal Life
How does a liver fluke harm its human host?
Liver flukes are a polyphyletic group of trematodes (phylum Platyhelminthes). Adults of liver flukes are localized in the liver of various mammals, including humans. These flatworms can occur in bile ducts, gallbladder, and liver parenchyma. They feed on blood. Adult flukes produce eggs which are passed into the intestine. ...
Asked in Cats (Felines)
Compare the structure of the human liver with those of a cat?
The structure of the human liver is different from that of a cat. A human liver has only four lobes whereas a cat's liver has five lobes. ...