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What is the largest organ in the human body?

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What is the largest organ in the human body?
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The largest human organ is the skin. It can weigh 5-10 pounds for an adult and cover over 20 square feet. The largest internal organ is the liver, which can weigh over 3.5 pounds.

The brain is sometimes the first organ one thinks of as the largest organ. However, it weighs about 3 pounds on average.

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The largest organ is the skin, however as some people don't count this the next biggest is the liver and then the brain.

Skin - Average weight is 10,886 grams
Liver - Average weight is 1,560 grams
Brain - Average weight is 1,263 grams

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If you consider your mucosal surfaces as having enough commonalities to be considered a whole organ, then that is your largest organ. If your skin can cover seven square meters, your mucosals would take up all three stories of a two million dollar house.

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The skin is an organ on the outside/surface. And your question wants to know "in" so I would say the brain, especially if you have a big head.

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According to new books skin is the largest organ,but in old books it is written that liver is the largest organ as well as largest gland.

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The skin.

Some people disagree the skin is an organ but I go with those that say it is.

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The liver is the largest organ in the human body

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