Your bladder is the part of your body where urine is stored until it leaves your body.
e.g. Kenneth died of bladder cancer.
Your pancreas is an organ in your body that is situated behind your stomach. It produces insulin (= a chemical substance that controls the amount of sugar in the blood) and substances that help your body digest food.
e.g. In people with diabetes, the pancreas either produces little or no insulin, or the cells do not respond appropriately to the insulin that is produced.
gallbladder /’ɡɔːl,blædər/ (also gall bladder)
Your gallbladder is a small organ in your body, connected to your liver, that stores bile (= a bitter liquid that helps to digest food).
e.g. Susan had an operation to remove a stone from her gallbladder.
e.g. Mark attributes his resignation to the effects of gallbladder surgery.
Your skull is the bony part of your head which encloses your brain.
e.g. George was treated for a fractured skull.
e.g. The soldier’s hair was cropped close to the skull.
Your spine is the line of bones down the center of your back that provides support for your body and protects your spinal cord.
e.g. He injured his spine in a riding accident.