Discussion in 'Health' started by Keops, Mar 3, 2018.
Why the right kidney sit lower than the left?
The right kidney sits under the liver, the largest internal organ. So it's lower down (2-8 cm lower) than the left kidney which is under the spleen, a much smaller organ. The tops of the spleen and liver are pretty much in line due to the diaphragm, which is why where their lower borders are makes such a difference
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