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Circulatory system
Musculoskeletal / Skeletal system Bone - Carpus - Collar bone (clavicle) - Thigh bone (femur) - Fibula - Humerus - Mandible - Metacarpus - Metatarsus - Ossicles - Patella - Phalanges - Radius - Skull - Tarsus - Tibia - Ulna - Rib - Vertebra - Pelvis - Sternum - Cartilage
Joints Fibrous joint - Cartilaginous joint - Synovial joint
Muscular system Muscle - Tendon - Diaphragm
Cardiovascular system - peripheral - Artery - Vein - Lymphatic vessel - Heart
Lymphatic system - primary - Bone marrow - Thymus - secondary - Spleen - Lymph node - CNS equivalent - Glymphatic system
Nervous system Brain - Spinal cord - Nerve - Sensory system - Ear - Eye
Integumentary system Skin - Subcutaneous tissue - Breast - Mammary gland
Hematopoietic and immune systems Myeloid - Myeloid immune system - Lymphoid - Lymphoid immune system
Respiratory system Upper - Nose - Nasopharynx - Larynx - Lower - Trachea - Bronchus - Lung
Digestive system Mouth - Salivary gland - Tongue - Lips - upper GI - Oropharynx - Laryngopharynx - Esophagus - Stomach - lower GI - Small intestine - Appendix - Colon - Rectum - Anus - accessory - Liver - Biliary tract - Pancreas
Urinary system Genitourinary system - Kidney - Ureter - Bladder - Urethra
Reproductive system Male - Scrotum - Penis - Size - Prostate - Testicle - Seminal vesicle - Female - Uterus - Vagina - Vulva - Ovary - Placenta
Endocrine system Pituitary - Pineal - Thyroid - Parathyroid - Adrenal - Islets of Langerhans

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