What is the heaviest organ in the human body?

What is the heaviest organ in the human body?

It’s not the heart, liver, or brain that weighs the heaviest in our bodies, it’s the skin. She weighs between 3 and 4 kg for a surface of nearly 2 m2. So she is far ahead of the brain that is around 1,3 kg for men and 1,1 kg for women. It is a primordial organ, since touching is the second sense after sight, in terms of information handled by the brain. The skin is also a rampart against external assault. It consists of 3 separate layers: epidermis, top strata that protects the body; dermis, composed of immune cells and blood vessels; hypodermis, rich in adipose tissue. The skin takes between 30 and 45 days to renew.

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Le cerveau des femmes pèse moins que celui des hommes!