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What could be a physiological explanation to dissociative disorders? What are the part of the brain that are involved?

What could be a physiological explanation to dissociative disorders? What are the part of the brain that are involved?

Multiple areas: Correlations have been demonstrated between the symptoms of dissociation and the right temporo parietal junction, an area involved in perspective taking, sense of self and integration of information between self and environment. There are several aspects of mental dissociation, and brain areas involved in those domains, e.g., visual/auditory/tactile processing, attention, are associated with each. ...Read more

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Injuries (Definition)

An injury, of any severity, is a condition in which a person has damage to any part of his body. Examples of major injuries include gunshot wounds, knife wounds, large burns, severed ...Read more


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Which part of the brain is responsible for consciousness?

Which part of the brain is responsible for consciousness?

Brainstem: At the base of brain, we possess a variety of receptors which can get impaired from disease and alter our level of consciousness. Sleep is mediated elsewhere and is not considered similar to an altered state of awareness. ...Read more

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Disorientation of the senses. Is that a stroke?

Disorientation of the senses. Is that a stroke?

Disorientation: Following are the causes of disorientation: stroke seizures drugs infection liver problem kidney problems electrolyte deficit uncontrolled diabetes drug overdose a proper evaluation, examination and testing are required. ...Read more

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What does it mean when there is sagging of the brain stem and flattening of the pons raises possibility of intercranial hypotension?

What does it mean when there is sagging of the brain stem and flattening of the pons raises possibility of intercranial hypotension?

Complicated: This complex report is best explained by a neurologist or neurosurgeon conferring with the radiologist who interpreted the imaging study and then deciding what further investigation,if any, is recommended and whether you have neurological symptoms or signs related to the scan findings. I consider this to be a highly specialized matter. ...Read more

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What is paralysis of the brain?

What is paralysis of the brain?

Have no clue: This is not a medical diagnosis or an accepted neurological condition. ...Read more

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What is manic-depressive illness due to? What is the problem in the brain cells?

What is manic-depressive illness due to?  What is the problem in the brain cells?

No brakes: Bipolar disorder, the new and approved term for manic depressive illness can be thought of as an emotional roller coaster without the brakes. The problem isn't so much with the nerve cells themselves but the coordination of the chemical modulators that control their expression. ...Read more

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What part of the brain forms habits? And what part of the brain changes habit?

What part of the brain forms habits? And what part of the brain changes habit?

No such thing: You're allowing colloquial language to mislead you into thinking of "habits" as something special. A "habit" is merely a mode of behavior acquired by frequent repetition. Since behavior always involves the whole brain, so do habits. There's no "habit center" in the brain. ...Read more

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Is there a part of the brain that controls blood pressure?

Is there a part of the brain that controls blood pressure?

No: There is no certain brain part that controls blood pressure. Blood pressure control is multifacet mechanism but is primarily regulated by so called "baroreceptors" in the vessel wall. Those receptors are able to detect the degree of the vessel wall stretch and react to it accordingly. This triggers a whole cascade of other mechanisms of BP regulation. ...Read more

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Whats the part of the brain relating to aggression?

Whats the part of the brain relating to aggression?

See blow: Orbital frontal lobe regulates social behavior, inhibition/disinhibition. If hypothalamus is damaged, the person can have rage. Amygdala also plays an important role in aggression. ...Read more

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What causes the eye to jerk or twitch ? Can it be part of the after affects of the concussion sence the nrain heals so slow? Or is it lack of sleep?

What causes the eye to jerk or twitch ? Can it be part of the after affects of the concussion sence the nrain heals so slow? Or is it lack of sleep?

Benign myokymia : Usually caffeine, fatigue or stress. Trying to address those factors typically does the trick. In a few persistent cases Botox can be used, but that's rare. ...Read more

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What is the name of that illness which is inside the nerves of the brain when the nervous currents can't cross the nerves of the brain in left side?

What is the name of that illness which is inside the nerves of the brain when the nervous currents can't cross the nerves of the brain in left side?

not sure: Not sure i understand the question. Do you mean like a disconnection syndrome? Maybe try rephrasing your question. ...Read more

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What is happening in the brain that causes bipolar disorder?

What is happening in the brain that causes bipolar disorder?

Lots of research: Nothing is certain yet, but researchers are finding abnormalities in the structure and/or function of certain brain circuits that could underlie bipolar. There is also work in brain chemical interactions with stress hormones. Brain injuries and some diseases along with genetic tendencies may all play parts. In the end, there is interference in mood intensity regulation and stabilization. It's hard. ...Read more

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Is it true that acquired brain injury and traumatic brain injury are the same thing?

Is it true that acquired brain injury and traumatic brain injury are the same thing?

Similar: Traumatic specifically deals with trauma. Acquired includes a few other types of brain injury, such as anoxic, encephalopathic, infectious, etc. So a traumatic brain injury is an acquired brain injury, but an acquired brain injury is not necessarily traumatic. Hope that helps! ...Read more

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Is swelling of the brain part of a stroke?

Is swelling of the brain part of a stroke?

Often: Brain swelling occurs as a result of the rapidity, the cause, and the size of the stroke. A stroke of equal size but faster onset, than the slower one. The larger the stroke, the more likely is the swelling. Hemorrhagic stroke is more likely to provoke swelling than an equal-sized thrombotic stroke. ...Read more

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What is the apergia part of the brain?

What is the apergia part of the brain?

No such thing: Tterr is no brain part that is called the apergia in english. ...Read more

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What is the mechanism of memory formation?

What is the mechanism of memory formation?

Memory: Memory is dependent on the action of certain biologically active chemicals such as dopamine, norepinephrine, serotonine, etc. The nature of memory is not fully understood, though, just as the whole nature of human brain and the functions thereof. ...Read more

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What is dysphasia of the brain?

What is dysphasia of the brain?

Dysphasia: Dysphasia refers to the neurological symptom, usually after a stroke in which the left hemisphere (the speech center) has been damaged and results in a difficulty either understanding or speaking language. There are various types: in some, the patient may not be able to make sense of what he hears, but can talk; in others, the patient understands, but can't find the words to say what s/he means. ...Read more

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It is known that in case of stroke there's hypertonia but why in early phase of stroke there's hypotonia what does this phenomena called?

Stroke: Immediately in a stroke there is paralysis due to destruction of motor cortex and motor tracts. Later in the course, spacticity and contractures dominate the picture. ...Read more