The Doctors: What is the Semilunaris & Do You Really Need it to Live?

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Recapo Update: This episode of The Doctors has aired. Click the links below to find out which body parts you could live without:

The Doctors May 13 2013 Preview

The Doctors have a very important show coming up May 13 2013. They are looking at every part of the body and explaining some of the most important characteristics about some of the body parts you have never heard of. And with over 5,000 different body parts to go over, this might be a really long show.

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The Doctors: What is the Semilunaris & Do You Really Need it to Live?

The Doctors May 13 2013 are going over some of the 5,000 different body parts and revealing whether you would need your spleen or semilunaris more to live.

What Is the Semilunaris?

If someone came up to you on the street and asked if you would be able to live without your spleen or without your semilunaris, which would you say? The Doctors have the answer to that question and they have even more strange body parts to talk about as well.

Would you know the difference between your glabella and your polex? How about the difference between your condyle and your hallux? If someone asked you to point out your pate, could you do it? The Doctors are going to be looking at all these areas of the body and explaining which part is which, how they work and the common name you probably know all those terms by.

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Believe me there are a lot more crazy names for some of the most normal body parts. Did you know the gnathion is the lowest point on the chin? I usually call it the bottom of my chin but I think I’m going to start saying gnathion from now on.

Make sure to tune in to The Doctors May 13 2013 to find out which body parts you could live without and which you are going to need forever. Some of the answers may surprise you. If you miss any of the important information on the show, make sure to stop back at Recapo Monday afternoon for a complete recap of the show.

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