What are parenchymal organs

Human organs - overview

Hello! The human body consists of many Organs. Each organ fulfills a specific task - but only the interaction of all organs enables us to live. Do you know the most important organs in your body? Do you know what their job is? Do you know why without a kidney one would die as much as without a heart? Do you know why we couldn't survive without involuntary muscles? What are involuntary muscles anyway? This video gives you the answers and an overview of the human organs.

Skeleton and muscles of man

This forms the basis of our body skeleton. The skeleton, which consists of 200 different bones, offers stability and the joints between the bones allow us the necessary mobility thanks to its strength. Our body is moved by ours Musclesthat are firmly connected to the skeletal muscles by tendons. So we can consciously use our muscles to move.

Entrails of man

Our Digestive organs are the esophagus, stomach, pancreas and Intestines. This is how food also passes through our body. During digestion, nutrients are broken down so that we can absorb them into our body. The nutrients are absorbed through the blood to the liver. It stores the nutrients and can break down foreign substances in the blood such as drugs or poison. It also produces the bile that is important for digestion.

The pancreas is also one of the digestive organs and produces enzymes for the breakdown of nutrients. All degradation and waste substances in the blood are filtered out by the kidneys so that we do not poison these substances.

The kidney is a paired organ just above the waist. To detoxify the blood, your blood passes through the kidneys about 300 times a day. The waste materials are then excreted via the ureter and the bladder as end urine.

Human brain

We take stimuli from our environment with ours Sense organs true. For example, we can perceive pressure, pain and temperature through the skin, or hear sounds through our ears and see light through our eyes.

These stimuli are then processed as electrical impulses via nerve fibers in our central nervous system. It's made of brain and the spinal cord. With it we control our whole body and it enables us to think. The hormonal system is also controlled by the brain.


Every organ in the human body has its task. Every organ is important. Without our lungs, we couldn't take in oxygen and without that heart, the oxygen-rich blood would not get to the cells. We need our digestive system to take in food and to break down organs such as the liver and toxins from food, or to store food.

The kidney is also vital. It removes waste from our blood so that it does not poison us. We can move freely through our support and movement system made up of bones and muscles.

And our sensory organs and our central nervous system consisting of the brain and spinal cord enable us to control our entire body and perceive our environment.

You see that all of your organs work together so that you can function and live. You can feel your heart beating in your chest, but even if we do not consciously perceive some organs such as the liver while working, they are still so important to us! Bye and see you next time!