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A lobotomy is a type of neurosurgery where the anterior region of the frontal lobe of the brain is completely removed. The more common form of a lobotomy is the Transorbital L…obotomy, a procedure in which the frontal lobe is "scrambled" with an icepick inserted without incision through the eye sockets and then moved around in the brain so as to cut off any neurological connection to and from that region of the brain.
Your brain is the organ that enables you to manipulate and navigate the world around you.
Brain Freeze . What is commonly referred to as 'brain freeze' occurs when you ingest something that is very cold too quickly. When the cold touches your soft palate it cons…tricts the blood vessels in the area, and then when they dilate it causes pain behind the eyes or even up into the forehead. Your brain does not actually freeze, you just get a lot of pain for a short period of time. . See Related Links . See the Related Links for "Answers.com: Brain Freeze" to the bottom for the answer. .
Bleeding inside the brain is called brain haemorrhage. It can result from trauma (head injuries), rupture of blood vessel due to high blood pressure or micro aneurysm, and due… to anticoagulant therapy and coagulation disorders what is brain hemrange i want the information of it
You can think of a brain pathway as a power line that connects two brain regions. Brain pathways are made up of interconnected neurons along which signals are transmitted from… one brain region to another.
The brain is an organ in your head that is protected by your skull. It controls all of the functions going in your body. It is divided in three parts namely cerebellum, ce…rebrum and brain stem.
brain haemorrhage is a type of stroke. It's caused by an artery in the brain bursting and causing localized bleeding in the surrounding tissues. This bleeding kills brain cell…s. The Greek root for blood is hemo. Hemorrhage literally means "blood bursting forth." Brain hemorrhages are also called cerebral hemorrhages, intracranial hemorrhages, or intracerebral hemorrhages. They account for about 13% of strokes... hope this helps
Answer A brain aneurysm is an aneurysm that occurs in the brain. An aneurysm is the bulging of an artery that results from weakness in the artery's wall. The majo…r complication of aneurysms is that the wall can become so weak that the aneurysm ruptures, causing hemorrhage that can ultimately lead to death if not treated quickly. There are generally two classes of brain aneurysms: berry (saccular) aneurysms and Charcot-Bouchard aneurysms. Berry aneurysms have a tendency to occur in families (eg, in association with a disease called polycystic kidney disease), although they are less commonly associated with hypertension (high blood pressure). They most commonly occur in the circle of Willis, a major system of arteries that provides blood to the brain. Since the circle of Willis is outside of the brain, ruptured berry aneurysms don't frequently cause intracerebral (within the brain) hemorrhages; they usually cause subarachnoid hemorrhages. Charcot-Bouchard aneurysms, on the other hand, are most commonly associated with hypertension and typically occur in the small arteries that penetrate into the brain. As a result, a ruptured Charcot-Bouchard aneurysm leads to an intracerebral hemorrhage.
brains help the body parts move and so people can live no brain no life
Well we need brains to think
A Brain Surgron Is A Doctor That Works And Opperates On The Brain And Has To Be Very Careful On The Brain Or A Life Could Be Tooking Away.
A Brain abscess is a bacterial infection within the brain
A brain shunt is a permanent drain for excessive cerebro-spinal fluid in those who have brain cancer
When the center line (middle linear point) of your brain shifts. It is usually caused by head trauma, tumor or cyst. It will move away from the injured area in any direction(f…ront,back or side to side.) It can be very serious but doesn't always have to be.
A group of cells that has ignored the basic principles of density-dependent inihibition, and start a massive cell division stacking on top of each other which causes the tumor…, although benign they can still push into other organs, however once the tumor has relocated to other parts of the body it becomes malignant, and this expansion is called mestatsis.