The organs in the left side of the abdomen are organs that accumulate the food you eat and help digest your food. The abdomen is the part of the human that lies between the thorax, or chest, and pelvis of your body. You might also know it as the “belly” area. While they look the same on the outside, on the inside the right and left sides of the abdomen are different. The left part consists of all parts of the stomach and the left kidney, among other organs. The stomach helps your body assimilate the food you eat through chemical reactions that allow your body to absorb the nutrients and vitamins from your food.
Other organs in the left side of your abdomen, like the left kidney, have the job of filtering your blood and urine. The urine is then excreted from your body to the outside through the ureters, one on each side.
All of the organs in your body are held together by strong tissue called mesentery so that they stay in the right place inside your body and don’t move around. The tissue also protects the balance of your organs so they won’t move a single micrometer.
Many blood vessels travel through the organs in the left side of the abdomen, and the whole abdomen is rich in blood vessels which are important transportation, including the aorta, inferior vena cava and dozens of smaller branches along the way. To keep the organs in your abdomen safe, there is a thin layer of tough tissue around the abdomen called fascia, as well as the abdominal muscles, subcutaneous fat and skin. The structure and organization of the organs in the left side of the abdomen is very systematic to allow your body processes to work perfectly and supply your body with everything you need to survive.