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Anatomy

Human Anatomy - Nervous System

Click on the labels below to find out more about your nervous system and senses.

Your spinal cord can be divided into four sections shown in green, blue, pink and turquoise. Nerves emerging from these sections serve different parts of your body.


Sacral region Lumbar Thoracic Cervical Brain Touch Spinal cord Taste Balance Hearing Smell Sight

More human anatomy diagrams: skeleton, organs, front view of muscles, back view of muscles

Wire up the nervous system in our interactive body.

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