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What is the IMPORTANCE of brain stem and frontal lobe regions in EMOTION and EVALUTIONS of research and functions?
Can an autoimmune disease effect our nerves, brain cells , neurons, and part of our brain, so we lose our emotions feelings, empathy, inhibitions, ?
Possible: It all depends on the kind of autoimmune disease and place of involvement. For instance, lupus could cause cerebritis ie brain inflammation and even could go as far as causing coma. But lupus could be only localized to other places like causing kidney disease, lung diseases, skin disease, or arthritis. ...Read more
What parts of the brain regenerate cells? Also, would the loss in brain cells create loss in intelligence?
can the destruction of neurons nerve cells body cause chaos in the brain and body and affect chemical and electrical signals in the body?
Sometimes Yes: This question is vague and unclear, but with that said I can acknowledge that brain and body are electrical energy systems connected by miles of nerve fibers. There is much yet to be understood about the brain, but enough is known about spinal cord and brain dysfunction to know that a significant enough insult or damage to any one area can disrupt various other system processes. ...Read more
Complex information: Research in the area of autism and memory problems is ongoing findings emerging. What is known is that individuals with autism have difficulty remembering information if a cognitive organizing strategy is needed. Likewise, impairments in working memory are evident and increasing focus on complex problem-solving tasks. ...Read more
What area of the brain has the greatest effect on visceral functions (e.g. heart rate and hormone production)?
Hormones: Please go online to Yahoo Images or something similar and look for images of the Pituitary Gland. There is usually a small comment with the images. Fell free to contact me again if there are things on the web you don't fully understand. You can of course also discuss these items with your doctor. ...Read more
What autoimmune diseases would attack nerves, brain cells , neurons, and part of our brain, so we lose our emotions feelings, empathy, inhibitions, ?
Generic question: Several possible answers, including limbic encephalitis, some variations of viral encephalitis, (of which there are many), perhaps multiple sclerosis should be included, and can find in isolated vasculitides, and arteritis associated with collagen vascular and rheumatological disorders. But why does this come up, has your doctor diagnosed such a condition? ...Read more
How can I speed up or enhance the development the prefrontal cortex and all other areas of the brain?
Please clarify: Please repost your question with an explanation of how and why you consider your prefrontal cortex and all other areas of your brain to be undeveloped and to need speeded-up or enhanced development. You haven't fallen for that claptrap that we only use 10% of our brains, have you? That's so ridiculous. We all use all of our brain, all of the time. ...Read more
Any and all: There are thousands of kinds of cancer. The effects depend on the site that is damaged by the growing tumor, whether the immune response to the tumor damages another organ (often the brain / nerves / eyes), and whether the cancer makes some other substance that is hormonally active. I wish you luck. ...Read more
Eyes: Astigmatism is caused by changes in the cornea of the eye. The cornea functions as the watch crystal focusing light into the eye. Astigmatism is the natural changes in the cornea that is one cause of a patient needing glasses or contacts. Astigmatism can be measured by special computers in your eye doctors office! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
The...: Hypothalamus, more than other areas.Get a more detailed answer ›
What are two ways the endocrine system directly impacts the functions of the cardiovascular system?
Many...: Via adrenaline it puts more stress on the heart, making it beat harder, stronger and faster. Nor-adrenaline causes the blood vessels to contract, raising the blood pressure. High Insulin levels, as in "pre-diabetes" cause the release of free fatty acids which damages the blood vessel walls, causing plaque formation. Cortisol and other hormones also have adverse effects. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
"Stop" = remission: Brian stimulation therapies (bst's) rely on electricity, magnets, or implants applied to the brain to treat depressive disorders and other mental disorders. Electroconvulsive therapy (ECT) is the oldest and most researched of this treatment category. The consortium for research in ECT study, found an 86% remission rate for those with severe depression. There are 3 other promising bst approaches. ...Read more
Can anyone list down brain tumors affecting the visual filed according to the levels of visual pathway?
Sella Turcica tumors: The optic nerve chiasm crosses over the area at the base of the skull called the sella turcica (or pituitary fossa). Tumors arising from this area can put pressure on the optic chiasm and cause visual field defects. By far the most common are pituitary Adenomas. Other tumors in this area are craniopharyngioma, Rathke's cysts, germinoma, and Meningioma. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Think of IQ as the : size of the engine under the hood, and achievement as the amount of power that reaches the wheels and moves the car. The idea is to keep all parts well lubed and functioning, so that the car still has pick-me-up at 200,000 miles. Probably can't put in a bigger engine, but you can keep all the parts working well. Where you drive the car helps to enjoy the ride. ...Read more
Can brain damage in older veteran cause delusions and hallucinations/ what parts of brain are affected?
Dementia: Frontal lobe cause blunting. Parietal lobe cause auditory hallucinations. Temporal lobe cause disturbed emotions. Occipital lobe cause visual hallucinations. ...Read more
What specific Autoimmune diseases attack brain cells and neurons causing a dramatic effect to neurotransmitters,hormones and the function of the brain
Lupus: Systemic Lupus can attack everywhere and lead to the things u asked about. Other considerations are vasculitis syndromes as there is an autoimmune attack on and in blood vessels which can affect neurons indirectly. Myasthenia Gravis also affect the neuromuscular system and affects one of the main neurotransmitter, AcetylCholine. Rheumotologist is specialist to see for autoimmune disorders ...Read more
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