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This is a type of connective tissue. It is classified as loose and dense irregular connective tissues.

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Q: Forms internal supporting framework of soft organs such as the spleen?
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What is the supporting framework called in soft organs like the spleen and liver?

Stroma


How does a skeleton protect internal organs?

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What organs are found in the left hypochondrial region?

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