What are membranes that stabilize th position of th brain attached to?
Is pterygoid processes the ones that the membranes ara attached to to stabilize the position of the brain?
no, falx cerebri
The brain only have 3 different membranes.
The brain is composed of neurons and glial cells, while the membranes are composed of meningeal cells.
No, your brain is attached to your hairy mom's anus p.s from aleks the russian its really attached to what you say it should be attached to except anything below the belt
The three membranes that protect the brain (meninges) are: 1) dura mater 2) arachnoid 3) pia mater
Only one person is attached per human brain. Each individual person is attached to their own brain.
the meninges are 3 membranes that surround and protect the brain and spinal cord, made up of connective tissue.
The skull protects and supports the brain/brain membranes, and the sense organs.
yes spinal cord attached to the brain .spinal cord have bundles of nerves which attached to the brain.
its a system
Smells are recognized by our brain only. Similarly the emotions by brain too, this are attached.
The semipereable membranes control the neurons in the centeral nervous system between the brain and the spine. If the membranes are disrupted, it causes the primary disease MS
Meningitis is inflammation of the membranes around the brain. Encephalitis is inflammation of the brain.
"-itis" in medical terminology means inflammation, and "mening" is referring to the meninges, which are the membranes surrounding the brain. So meningitis means inflammation of the membranes covering the brain.
Depakote has the tendency to slow or stabilize neurologic brain activity.
Yes. Hence the term "meningitis", which is an inflammation of the membranes that surround the brain.
most superficial layer of the meninges, covers the brain and spinal cord Pia mater is the delicate innermost vascular layer of the membranes surrounding the brain and spinal cord. Note that it is not spelled 'matter', as the word does not refer to physical matter, but derives from Latin for mother; the name/phrase means tender mother, in that by enclosing cerebrospinal fluid it works with the other stronger meninges to cushion the brain like a… Read More
membranes that protect the brain and spinal cord
one its called meninges
The meninges are the membranes that enclose the brain and spinal cord, which make up the central nervous system.
the skull the brain cavity
What is the medical term meaning Benign brain tumor that occurs in the membranes that surround the brain?
Meningioma is a benign tumor of the meninges.
technically, the spinal cord is an extension of the brain stem (in a way, the spinal cord IS the brain)... so yes, it's directly attached and is the connection between the nerves of the body and the neurons in the brain.
The spinal cord is attached to the brain via the brain stem.
okay back bone is attached to nerve of your brain
It means an inflammation ... "itis" ... of the meninges (membranes around the brain and spinal cord). Inflammation of the meninges (or coverings of the brain).
A very broad answer is meningitis which is an infection of one of the membranes that surround both the brain and spinal cord.
It is an inflammation of the "meninges," or membranes covering the brain and spinal cords.
The spinal cord.
No, it's not. There is a lining of Fluid separating the brain and the skull! :)
In your skull, brain, body.
The meninges (from the Greek meninx, meaning "membrane") cover and protect the brain and spinal cord. The meninges have three layers: 1) the dura mater, 2) the arachnoid, and 3) the pia mater. The dura mater is the outermost layer covering the central nervous system. The arachnoid (from the Greek arachne, meaning "spider") is a web-like network of collagen and elastic fibers. The innermost layer of the meninges is the pia mater. The pia mater… Read More
No Its Usally Mentaley attached its the brain that choses
The brain stem or the medulla is attached to the top off the spine.
Meningitis is an infection or inflammation of the meninges - the membranes covering the brain and spinal cord. It may be bacterial, viral, or fungal and is SERIOUS and life threatening. It can cause brain and spinal cord damage and death. Meningitis is characterized by fever, vomiting, intense headache, and stiff neck. The classic sign is stiff neck (nuchal rigidity). Patients will have their necks flexed backward (toward their backs) and when they are forced… Read More
The skull is the obvious protective covering, but inside the skull, the brain (and spinal cord) is protected further by membranes called meninges.
One example would be a subarachnoid hemorrhage, where bleeding occurs and accumulates between layer of membranes around the brain and may reduce circulation to that part of the brain from increased pressure.
The pia mater is the delicate innermost layer of the meninges-the membranes surrounding the brain and spinal cord. It is delicate and vascular, and follows every contour of the brain.
Meningitis is a disease. It means an inflammation of the meningeal membranes which surround the brain.
This is the dura mater (Latin for "tough mother").
Insane in the membrane ...insane in the brain lololololol ...hahaha ...
The spinal cord is attached to the brain stem located at the base of the brain. This stem is connected to the cerebellum.
cocaine is attached to your dopamine
the pituitary gland.
No. Meningitis is an inflammation of the meninges, protective membranes that cover the brain and spinal cord.
the membranes that cover the brain and spinal cord; there are 3 in mammals and 1 or 2 in submammalian forms.
1. Holds the body in the upright position providing support 2. Protects all the organs (think of your brain being protected by the skull) 3. Muscles are attached to bones which contract and relax and allow you to move
The spinal cord is attached to the brain. It is how messages from the brain are sent to various locations along the nervous system.