Last Updated: Jul 16, 2019 Extending from the inferior end of the large intestine’s cecum, the human appendix is a narrow pouch of tissue whose resemblance to a worm inspired its alternate name, vermiform (worm-like) appendix.
Picture of Appendix 1. Front View of the Appendix. The appendix sits at the junction of the small intestine and large intestine. It’s a thin tube about four inches long. Normally, the appendix sits in the lower right abdomen.
Appendix is a thin, tubular structure with its end closed. Lower right quadrant in abdomen is the exact location of appendix in human body. In other words, if you divide your stomach in four regions, then appendix is located in the lower region on the right side.This diagram with labels depicts and explains the details of Picture Appendix Human Body.