Difference between revisions of "Large intestine"

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[[Image:Colon.jpg|right|thumb|200px|The abdominal organs, including the small and large intestine.]]
 
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The '''large intestine''' is made up of the colon, caecum, appendix and rectum (or bowel).
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The '''large intestine''' also known as the bowel, is the final portion of the human [[Digestive system]]. The purpose of it is to absorb water from waste material, and to excrete the dehydrated waste.It is made up of the colon, caecum, appendix and rectum.
 
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Latest revision as of 14:17, 24 April 2013

The abdominal organs, including the small and large intestine.

The large intestine also known as the bowel, is the final portion of the human Digestive system. The purpose of it is to absorb water from waste material, and to excrete the dehydrated waste.It is made up of the colon, caecum, appendix and rectum.