The lower left quadrant of the human body holds several major organs, including the small intestine, the colon, the left ureter and several parts of the female reproductive system. Learn about different parts of the colon that exist in the lower left quadrant with help from a science teacher and field biologist in this free video on biology.
What Organs Are in the Lower Left Quadrant?By Brian Erickson; Updated October 20, 2017
About the Author
Brian Erickson has a bachelor's degree in biology from Lewis & Clark College, and graduated with honors. During his college career, Erickson earned several awards and scholarships, including the Barry M. Goldwater Scholarship, Phi Betta Kappa, Morris K. Udall Scholarship, Pamplin Society of Fellows, Chemistry Student of the Year (honorable mention), and dean's list. He has taught 6th grade outdoor science school, led wilderness trips for over 4 years, and has 6 years of math, science and music tutoring experience. Furthermore, Erickson has more than five seasons of experience working as a field biologist in such places as St. Croix, Panama, the northwest Hawaiian Islands, northern Arizona and the Adirondack Mountains.