Diagram of the esophagus
What is the Pharynx. Pharynx is the 4-5 inches long semicircular fibromuscular tube, commonly referred to as the throat  that connects the nasal cavity to the larynx, and the oral cavity to the
esophagus [2, 3]. Where is the Pharynx Located my completely and utterly accurate diagram of the human body and its major internal organs. (rollover to compare with normal) What Is It? Vascular ring refers to a group of abnormalities of the aorta (the large vessel that carries blood from the heart to the body) and its branches. What is larynx (voice box) definition, where is it located, anatomy (cartilages, muscles, innervations), what does the larynx do, picture, diagram The Human Body Diagram. The human body is the most complicated machine in the
world and the entire structure of a human organism, and consists of a head, neck, torso, two arms and two legs Continued From Above This process of physically separating food into smaller pieces is known as mechanical digestion.The tongue, lips, and cheeks assist in mechanical digestions by holding food in the mouth and moving it around so that it can be effectively chewed by the teeth. ear, internal The internal ear (or inner ear) is composed of the cochlea, the vestibule, and the semicircular canals (see figure at right). ear, middle The middle ear is a cavity in the temporal bone.Also called the "typanum cavity," it lies just inside
the eardrum (tympanic membrane). Anteriorly, the eustachian tube connects it with the pharynx.There are two membrane-covered openings into Head The human head consists of the brain, a pair of eyes and ears, a nose and mouth, all of which help in various sensory functions, such as the ability to process thought, see, hear, smell, and taste. Methods. We evaluated 687 patients who underwent radiofrequency ablation for AF. In 209 patients, the EsoSure (Northeast Scientific) was used to deflect the esophagus away from the ablation site. The first major branch of the abdominal aorta, the celiac trunk is responsible for supplying oxygen-rich blood to the
stomach, spleen, liver, esophagus, and also parts of the pancreas and duodenum.