Core temperatures within the human body

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Organism Human Homo sapiens
Reference Irving PH. 2007. The physics of the human body: a physical view of physiology biological and medical physics, biomedical engineering. New York: Springer. p.382 table 6.45
Primary Source R.A. Freitas Jr.: Nanomedicine, Volume I: Basic Capabilities (Landes Bioscience, Austin 1999)
Comments "Table 6.45 gives the normal temperature of different body organs and blood vessels. The temperature of inner organs can differ by 0.2 - 1.2°C and by 0.9°C in a given organ under normal conditions [primary source]. There are 1.4°C temperature variations in the brain, with the cortex being cooler than the basal regions."
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