Pancreas

Both an organ and a gland, the pancreas. The body's glands are organs that manufacture and secrete chemicals. Two primary tasks are carried out by the pancreas: Produces chemicals (enzymes) that aid in digesting as part of its exocrine function. Function of the endocrine system: Releases hormones that regulate blood sugar levels. In the upper left abdomen, behind the stomach, is where the pancreas is situated. Other organs such as the liver, spleen, and small intestine surround it. It is spongy, six to ten inches long, and shaped like a fish stretched out horizontally over the abdomen or a flat pear.

 

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