It can, but the person would have to have regular medical checks.
The spleen usually is removed because it has ruptured, and it is a life saving procedure.
If the spleen is removed due to the above its functions can be taken over by the liver and the red bone marrow so blood can still be stored and filtered.
It can all be removed and a person can live. It is best to avoid short bowel syndrome however by not having more than 1/3 to 1/2 removed. If it is entirely removed, a cholostemy (?) bag is used instead.
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You can still live Normally on one Kidney!
Tendon attaches muscle to bone. They sometimes have to be removed or operated on. A person can live with a tendon removed.
For a short time you can live with no ribs, but you would die after a day or two.
Certainly - the plant will still live without the flowers. It will simply be unable to reproduce.
A person can live with one kidney and one lung. They can live if the spleen is removed as well. That is about it.
As far as I know, a person can still live with a single ventricle. I had heard this from my classmates before.
if Adam and Eve did not sin a person would live for eternity, but they did and technically a person can still live forever but they won't and can live up to 1 century if they are lucky
If they are a Christian, yes!
Yes. My stomach was removed 2 years ago and I am still alive :) I do required to have B12 injection monthly.