Internal organ

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All organs with the exception of the musculoskeletal system and the border organ, the skin , are referred to as internal organs in the broader sense . In the narrower and more commonly used sense, it means the organs located in the chest and abdominal cavity . All of these organs are functionally part of one or more organ systems .

They thus include:

organs science
the cardiovascular system ( heart and blood vessels ) Cardiology and angiology
of the blood and immune system Hematology , immunology and allergology
the endocrine system ( endocrine glands and hormone cells) endocrinology
of the respiratory tract Pulmonology , ear, nose and throat medicine
of the digestive system Gastroenterology , hepatology
the urogenital system ( urinary and genital organs ) Urology , Andrology and Gynecology

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