What is the normal size of a human liver


What is the normal size of a human liver
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A liver that is 2 to 3 centimeters smaller or larger than the stated average liver size is considered to be abnormal. Generally, the liver cannot be felt due to its location behind the rib cage. When the liver is palpable, it can be a sign that the liver is diseased.

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