From the time you first put on your pants until the moment you put on a new pair of underwear, your pelvis is the most prominent part of your body.
Your pelvis measures 3cm across and 6cm deep.
It is covered in a membrane called the vestibule, which keeps your pelvic organs, like your bladder and bowel, safe from injury and infection.
But what does the vestigial vestibular organ, or VVA, do?
How does the brain function in the vestible vestibulum?
What are vestibulo-ocular reflexes?
And why are vestiges of all shapes and sizes?